Burnt Magenta claims 2nd award this year
This article was first published on Natural Paving
Natural Paving Products proudly supported silver award winning show garden, Bacchus, at RHS Hampton Court this month. The design by Jean Wardrop, Wardrop Designs and creation by RDC Landscapes included Natural Paving’s Burnt Magenta sandstone blocks, which were also involved in a silver gilt awarded garden last month at BBC Gardeners World Live.
The garden took inspiration from the Roman God of wine, Bacchus and utilised the Sandstone to create a relaxing patio area, cleverly using the blocks at different angles to create a flowing effect. RDC Landscapes skill set came to fruition as they expertly cut the stone to create a contour art wall and column features.
Bacchus was the first show garden ever created by Wardrop Designs and RDC Landscapes due, yet achieved an impressive silver award and on the opening day of the show attracted Don Monty, who choose the Bacchus Garden to shoot an interview for the BBC.