How Does His Garden Glow?


From top: Peter Donegan (left) and Ed Burnham of Burnham Landscaping: Peter’s silver Medal-winning garden at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff

With silver bells!

You might recall earlier this month, we told you that Peter Donegan had become the first Irish gardener to have designs accepted to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Flower Show in Cardiff, Wales.

Well, Peter’s design, for UK based garden charity Perennial and constructed by Burnham Landscaping, won SILVER at the 180-year-old competition.

Last year, the Dubliner was selected by a French jury to represent Ireland to design and realise the Irish WW1 Centenary Peace Garden at Chateau de Peronne in the Somme, Northern France.

The Perreniel Garden will now be relocated to Veterans Growth in East Sussex, England a charity who run horticultural therapy courses for ex-service men and women who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.

In fairness.

Peter Donegan

Previously: Blades of Glory

2 thoughts on “How Does His Garden Glow?

  1. Beanster

    Brought to you by Photosynthesis: Sunlight, Carbon Dioxide and Water.

    All gardeners know that atmospheric CO2 is necessary for life on earth.

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