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Garden Gallery - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010
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The Stephen Hawking Garden for Motor Neurone Disease
The Stephen Hawking Garden for Motor Neurone Disease
Designer Sue Hayward

This garden reflects the passage of time through the evolution of plants, starting with some of our oldest plants including Ginkgo bilobaand the Wollemi pine. An informal path winds up into the garden, passing other ancient specimens that have endured over time. The lower garden features Mediterranean- style plants that we might be able to grow in the UK if climate change continues, offering a glimpse into a possible future. Professor Stephen Hawking, who has Motor Neurone Disease, is the inspiration behind this garden. The dark swirling water feature acts as an analogy for being diagnosed with the disease.

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