Use space to create colour in the garden

Use space to create colour in the garden
    There are many different ways in which green-fingered Brits can make the most of the space they have available to them in order to bring colour to their garden.

Many different sources of inspiration can fuel new ideas, not least of which is the forthcoming Royal Horticultural Society's Tatton Park Flower Show.

This is due to take place from July 18th to the 22nd and the Young Garden Designer of the Year contestants have come up with some exciting new ideas that could be worth adapting.

Young Brits under the age of 28 have been asked to submit designs that will compete for a prize of £12,000.

Andrew Percival, a 26 year old designer from Northwich in Cheshire, has created a distinctive space that is designed to make a colourful impact in the daytime.

However, through careful use of garden tools, he has managed to manipulate the garden into offering a unique celebration of texture and form at night.

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