On this episode of The Sodshow:
After a decade working in London Pollyanna nee Polly Wilkinson, graduated with distinction from the English Gardening School in 2017 and now runs her garden design practice from her studio near Hampton Court, working on gardens across Surrey and London. Her conceptual garden ‘A Very Modern Problem’ at Hampton Court Flower Show will be her first show garden.
On this episode of The Sodshow garden podcast, Peter Donegan speaks with Polly to find out why. And there are very many of them.
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That garden, A Very Modern Problem sponsored by Worx Landroid Robotic Mowers – portrays the way social media can misrepresent the truth and create conflicting feelings of inspiration and inadequacy. On one side of the space is an attractive, unachievable and impractical garden, representing the filtered reality we expose ourselves to online. A smartphone divides the space and opposing this image is disorganised, unremarkable reality, weeds and all.
Contributors to the garden include:
Burnham Landscaping, Conquest Creative Spaces, Screen with Envy, London Stone, Loknan Architectural, Harrowden Turf, Raw Studio, Adam Christopher, Hortus Loci, Palms Exotics, Perpex Distribution Ltd, Garsons, Blooming Artificial
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