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Trellis show garden at Gardening Scotland 2012
An impression of the show.
Trellis raises awareness for therapeutic gardening.
Garden of Tranquility, a therapeutic garden, which benefits individuals by supporting health through horticulture.
Visitors enjoying the Garden of Tranquility at Gardening Scotland.
Garden of Tranquility designed for Trellis by Marie Hastie student at Dundee College.
Detail of the Garden of Tranquility designed for Trellis to promote the benefits of therapeutic gardening.
Visitors enjoying the wide variety of plants at the Trellis garden."
Marie Hastie, garden designer, with the Silver Award.
Visitors enjoying garden 399 at Gardening Scotland.
The garden will go to Roxburghe House in Dundee after the show.
Visitors are being informed of the work Trellis does.
Detail of the Garden of Tranquility.
MacMillan woodland garden designed by Jayne Whitehead.
The MacMillan Legacy team.
Sam Kinghorn in front of her garden depicting the journey to the Paralympics in 2016.
Serenity Flower Garden designed by Ray Howie for Gardening Leave.
Detail of the Serenity Flower Garden. Gardening Leave one of the 200 projects in the Trellis network.
Visitors at Gardening Scotland 2012 on Friday the 1st of June, the first day of this 3 day event.
The drawing above is a detail of the show garden, The Garden of Tranquility,
designed by Marie Hastie, student, Dundee College.
The Garden of Tranquillity is to offer a place of serenity within the grounds of Roxburghe House, Dundee, a purpose built NHS hospice, after its debut as a show garden at Gardening Scotland this year. The garden is designed by Marie Hastie, student of the NQ Botanics Programme and built by the students of the horticultural department, Dundee College and is sponsored by Acheson & Glover (A&G).
Trellis and Dundee College students and staff will be on hand to talk about the therapeutic benefits of the garden at the show. The garden will have interpretational signage and materials available explaining how therapeutic gardening activities can be used to enhance everyone’s lives. After Gardening Scotland the garden will be dismantled and elements of the garden design will be used in the Roxburghe House garden.
Enjoy the garden at Gardening Scotland stand 399 www.gardeningscotland.com/exhibitors/plans/
Roxburghe House, Dundee www.nhstayside.scot.nhs.uk/services/palliative/roxhouse
Acheson & Glover www.acheson-glover.com
See last years show garden, the Trellis Pavilion with a turfed roof, at the Gardening Scotland Show in this short movie.