This weekend we were absolutely delighted to see Horatio’s Garden appear in the pages of The Telegraph thanks to the wonderful Bunny Guinness. 

To read the feature, please click here 

(Please note that the piece is unfortunately behind the newspapers’ paywall) 

In her regular article for the newspaper, Bunny discusses all that she’s been busy taking care of in her garden throughout the past month, whilst simultaneously sharing what she’ll be concentrating on next. As her February theme was about encouraging people to get outside regardless of the weather, her apposite piece is full of the many brilliant ways nature can help all of us to beat the winter blues. 

Within the uplifting double page spread, Bunny kindly mentioned us in connection with the new September date of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, as the move of the event to the autumn means we have the opportunity to grow the plants that will adorn the stand. 

Bunny had already generously offered to help us with the planting for our tradestand at the Show this year. Now she’s particularly excited by the prospect of us being able to nurture the flora that will appear at the Show with patients and volunteers in our gardens across the country. 

Having these plants with us will not only lend a little natural beauty to our stand, but will also mean that there will be pieces of Horatio’s Garden right beside us and visitors throughout our favourite week of the year; something we feel is rather special. 

We are so grateful to Bunny for including us in her piece and are very much looking forward to hopefully meeting many of you at the Show later this year. We also hope that after reading Bunny’s wonderful article that you’re feeling inspired to get outside and potter as much as possible!