Gardens come to life at Lifestyle Garden Design Show

The annual Lifestyle Garden Design Show aims to motivate gardeners to create a beautiful garden of their own. Photo: Lifestyle Garden Centre.

The annual Lifestyle Garden Design Show is back from the 10 February.

Be prepared for a journey through a horticultural cosmos of networked paths that is fully assimilated, yet changes seamlessly from one garden to another as distinctive garden spaces and spaces within spaces, fuse together in perfect harmony.

Curated for visitors by Lifestyle College and Lifestyle Home Garden, this year’s show once again shifts up a gear, and the stage is set for a show that is innovative, fresh and brimming with creative gardening and design ideas to suit a wide range of tastes and preferences.

Stretching the collective creative imagination to see gardens as three-dimensional entities that surround us from the bottom, top and sides, mean that we have created a spirit of embrace and comfortable enclosure in a spatial kaleidoscope of patterns, levels, colours and textures.

This event has become a much-awaited affair on the gardening calendar for the past 21 years.

This year boasts a new layout that allows for more public interaction and choice of a journey – a main path through the show space is connected on both ends by hubs or nodes that both incorporate central features.

Secondary paths that branch off from the main walkway are treated as ‘designer’ strips that relate to the garden spaces through which they pass – these are also fully accessible to public pedestrian flow.

The Garden Guide will showcase designer gardens, as well as gardening tips, product information and valuable items will be on sale in-store in support of JAM South Africa.

Additionally, talks and pre-booked guided tours accompany the show.

Be inspired by the nine fully integrated gardens that not only take visitors on a gardening journey but also showcase pertinent and innovative garden designs which can easily be replicated in your home and garden.

Entry to the show is free.

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Neo Phashe

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