Simon Burvill, Managing Director, and Annemarie Morris, Sales Manager, were delighted to receive an invitation from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to witness the opening of the new Global Growth Garden at Hyde Hall.

The new Global Growth Vegetable Garden will challenge perceptions of conventional kitchen gardens and will grow a range of edible plants, from the everyday to the exotic.

It aims to inspire gardeners and foodies alike with its vast array of amazing edible plants from around the world, from tiger nuts and lupin beans to edible dahlia tubers and hosta leaves.

Gaze Burvill were honoured to their Broadwalk seat included in the garden. The Broadwalk seats (based off an original commission from the RHS over a decade ago), were specially designed to fit the curve around the centrepiece glasshouse and feature Gaze Burvill signature steam bent elements.

Please do go and view this wonderful addition to Hyde Hall and learn about the wide variety of plants from across the globe.

The garden was designed by Xa Tollemache and opened by Adam Frost

For more information about the centre, visit www.rhs.org.uk

Adam Frost, seven time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner, opens the garden
A curving out Broadwalk Seat aside the Glasshouse

A curving out Broadwalk Seat aside the Glasshouse

Adam Frost, Garden Designer and seven time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner, opens the garden

Adam Frost, Garden Designer and seven time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner, opens the garden

One of the three Reedback Seats on display in the surrounding gardens at Hyde Hall

One of the three Reedback Seats on display in the surrounding gardens at Hyde Hall