Chelsea Flower Show
FROM FARM TO GARDEN
At the show? Pop by our Artisan Garden (568), which we're incredibly proud to announce has just won a Silver medal, or enjoy a G&T in our Gin Barn by stand 546, where we've brought Falls Farm to Chelsea!
We believe that without the generosity of Falls Farm and the land around us, we wouldn’t be able to make our range of award-winning craft gins. So, this year, we’ve decided to take the Farm to the Chelsea Flower Show 2018!
Our choice of planting reflects the amazing natural ingredients we use to create our gins. Many of these ingredients, like Elderflower, Rosemary, Borage and Sage, grow in our Farm’s Botanical Garden, hedgerows and surrounding countryside. The garden’s topography is inspired by Falls Farm’s dramatic stepped grass landscape, settled on the remains of a medieval terraced garden.
If you’d like to see how the magic happens, pop to visit us on Falls Farm for a Distillery Tour. We’d love to show you around.
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THE WARNER EDWARDS ARTISAN GIN GARDEN
The water feature represents our farm’s very own natural springs, from which we take water to distil our delicious gins. Throughout history, Harrington and the land of Falls Farm has had various uses due to the excellent water quality in the area.
Natural materials, like the Northamptonshire stone that echoes the farm’s stone walls and the copper that represents our distillation stills, creates a little corner of Falls Farm in central London. Bliss!
Bee-friendly plants and bee boles set into old Harrington style stone walling reflect the farm’s busy apiary.
Other aromatic plants include Lemon Balm and highly flavoursome Thyme varieties which make a perfect garnish, picked fresh from the garden.
Before we began building, when the idea of an RHS Chelsea Flower Show Artisan Garden was beginning to come to life, we commissioned this beautiful illustration from Isabel Fishlock, so show you our vision. Isn't it cool seeing it come to life in reality?!
MEET OUR DESIGNERS: KATE & TAMARA
Since their first collaboration in 2015, Kate and Tamara have created horticultural magic together on several different projects, including designing BBC Radio 2’s Feelgood Garden - The Jo Whiley Scent Garden at last year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
With two RHS Gold medals between them, along with Best in Category, the pair had already established themselves as outstanding designers, creating gardens with flair and atmosphere.
Competing side by side throughout the RHS Young Designer Competition, they realised that combining their complementary skills could give rise to some truly exciting garden designs.
Designing the Warner Edwards garden at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show has been an unmissable opportunity for them to showcase their thriving design partnership.