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Garden Podcast: Tamara Bridge and Kate Savill, RHS Chelsea 2018

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On This Weeks Garden Podcast:

Pictured above L-R: Tina Warner-Keogh, Tamara Bridge, Kate Savill and Tom Warner.

2018 will see designers Tamara Bridge and Kate Savill design their 2nd RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden and on this weeks episode of The Sodshow the duo chat with Peter Donegan about just how that happened, what it means and how they work together.

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We go a stage further in chatting the difference between this and the BBC Jo Whiley Scent Garden they created the last time, how the picture formulated very differently all the way back to competing at the RHS Young Designer of The Year competition where they first met.

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My thanks to Christopher and the team at Warner Edwards who were just wonderful in making this interview happen. Thank you all really so very much.

About Warner Edwards:

Warner Edwards are innovative craft distillers and creators of award winning, hand-made artisan gins. Passionate about quality, flavour and authenticity with a core goal to save the world from mediocre gin!

From a 200 year old barn on Falls Farm in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire, they lovingly distil a range of small batch, fantastically smooth, award winning gins using the farm’s natural spring water, grain spirit and home-grown ingredients. Each batch is small, and every single bottle is handcrafted by them, from the filling to the wax seal and label finishing.

About the Warner Edwards Garden at RHS Chelsea 2018:

Inspired by the Warner Edwards Distillery, ‘The Warner Edwards Garden’ reflects the surrounding landscape of its home, Falls Farm, Northamptonshire. Terraced gardens, once part of a medieval manor house and now a scheduled monument under English Heritage, sits alongside the natural springs on the farm in Harrington, a village said to be ‘built on rock and water’, which have been reimagined in key design features of the garden.

The choice of planting is inspired by the farm’s botanical gardens and hedgerows and showcases many of the natural flavours used in the creation of Warner Edwards’ hand-made artisan gins.

Bee friendly plants and a Bee Bole set into old stone walling reflect the farm’s apiary, and two copper seats at the top of the garden have been designed to represent the Warner Edwards’ stills Curiosity and Satisfaction, offering the perfect place to sit and enjoy a G+T after a long day.

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  1. Tamara recently supported our Horticulture conference at Askham Bryan College, York. We can’t wait to cheer on her next RHS Chelsea garden!

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