Chelsea Flower Show 2022

Celebrating 200 years of education & training

Garden designers Kim Parish of Landscapes of Distinction and Jon Wheatley of Stonebarn Landscapes have designed and created an exciting exhibit for the Royal Horticultural Society 200th anniversary of education and training.

Arches cover a sumptuous outside sofa area to create a platform for visitors to find out more on the broad and exciting range of careers in horticulture.

Raised planters have been hand crafted to enclose the exhibit with a series of paths representingthe diversity of routes into a horticultural career.

A hot array of exotic planting creates views and vistas with big bold leaves, structural foliage and
fiery colours forming a tropical paradise.

John Wheatly - Stonebarn Landscapes

Jon Wheatly, Stonebarn Landscapes

Winner of multiple RHS Chelsea Flower Show gold medals has been creating gardens and exhibits for over 10 years.
Jon’s team of horticultural and landscaping experts always provide clients with bespoke solutions.

“To maintain our high level of service and exceed client expectations we make sure we understand their requirements to ensure we deliver the best solution for their needs.
This can range from garden clearance, regular garden maintenance, grounds keeping and tree consultancy to award-winning garden make-overs.”

Kim Parish Landscapes of Distinction

Kim Parish, Landscapes of Distinction

Kim’s professional career started in 1995 and she has been designing gardens and public spaces in Cornwall since. A BBC Gardeners’ World gold medalist, she has an extensive range of experience, in particular working in coastal locations. Kim heads a team with a wealth of experience, enthusiasm, and knowledge.

“Good design starts by listening to the needs of our clients, evaluating space, and harmonising the two. Our designs reect the location and lifestyle, the client’s interests, budget, and local ecology.”

1. Arrive and begin…….

2. Building it…..

3. Getting the Plants Ready….

4. Open! Us and Our Visitors….