Thursday May 28, 2020

Made for Chelsea – Kilsaran winner James heads to Flower Show

The Belfast architect and landscape designer has created a unique garden that makes the best use of space

28th February, 2016
James Aaron Purdy, winner of the 2016 Kilsaran Student Garden competition, with judge Diarmuid Gavin

Belfast architect and landscape designer James Aaron Purdy never imagined he’d get his hands dirty at the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show at the end of May this year. However, the horticulture student and winner of the 2016 Kilsaran Student Garden competition got the bonus prize when he was invited to be part of Diarmuid Gavin’s team at the show at Chelsea.

No stranger to Chelsea, award-winning gardener Gavin will present the...

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