The Beth Chatto Gardens - Woodland Garden. The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows, it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside. The gardens are an inspiration to anyone who visits them - the art of planting at its best.
Hidden in the centre of London, the ruins of St-Dunstan-in-the-East, a church built in the eleventh century and severely damaged during The Blitz. The ruins were repurposed into this Victorian gothic dreamscape of a public garden, crawling with Virginia creepers and creepily atmospheric.
A witty chair design, by Will Sandy for The Edible Bus Stop campaign, displayed at the Hampton Court Flower Show 2012. By planting bus routes, in London, The Edible Bus Stop aim to bring local communities together and green up the city. There are liveried bus stops and buses along the edible route too.
St Dunstan-in-the-East is situated between London Bridge and the Tower of London and was built in It suffered from fire damage from the Great Fire of London in It was patched up and a Sir Christopher Wren-designed steeple added in It was