Show gardens and awards
We are very proud of our show garden achievements over the last couple of years and believe that our show gardens and awards provide evidence of our ability and professionalism. Please visit our Youtube Channel to see exciting videos of our show gardens and the construction process of them.
Click the links to see our other show gardens:
RHS Tatton 2017 – ‘The Live Garden’
Many of the 75,000 people per day who attended the RHS Tatton Flower Show in 2017 commented that Dreamscape Gardens’ ‘Live Garden’ was the one they’ll remember for a very long time! From a patch of Tatton Park’s finest turf, the Dreamscape team dug out a huge hole (shifting 200 tons of soil) and within 16 days created our three-storey show garden, described by RHS Director General Sue Biggs in a BBC interview as “Wonderful, my favourite garden, fabulous!”
The RHS asked us to look at gardens of the future. As young adults stay ‘at home’ with parents for longer, space is at a premium, so senior designer Martin and MD Dan came up with the concept of maximising outdoor space by going both underground and up. They were thus able to show how it’s possible to carve out private garden space in crowded urban areas whilst at all times considering sustainability and the impact of garden design on our surroundings.
The basement garden was conceived with contemplation in mind: its gently trickling water feature, controllable coloured light wall, and subtle planting suits anyone wanting a bit of peace and quiet, or maybe to practice yoga. The ground floor garden was created for socialising: vibrant planting, an outdoor cinema (with retractable screen) and sunny kitchen/dining area with foldaway worktops work together for family get-togethers. Finally, the upper floor: when the weather is kind, this is the perfect place for sunbathing (all very Ibiza!), but all year round it provides an enviable look-out spot, affording views on three sides. Our ‘Live Garden’ was awarded a bronze medal by the RHS, and garden appeared on BBC’s Breakfast show, two episodes of Gardeners’ World Live and several BBC weather broadcasts (from our by now famous, balcony garden!).