‘Savills Garden’ to live on through the arts fund

The garden is designed to highlight the importance of connecting and communicating ‘face to face’

29th May, 2016
Andrew Hetherington of Business2Arts, Angus Potterton of Savills and garden designer Andrew Christopher Dunne

Savills has teamed-up with Irish award-winning gardener Andrew Christopher Dunne to create the Savills Garden – Face to Face at Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening festival, which takes place in the Phoenix Park in Dublin later this week and over the June bank holiday weekend.

The garden is designed to highlight the importance of connecting and communicating ‘face to face’ within the confines and comfort of our own homes, a concept somewhat lost on...

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