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There is a hint of the Antipodean to the landscaping of this garden, although its raw materials have been chosen to suit a UK climate. A stream runs through the garden, recalling the patterns and
characteristics of the Wairau River, where Cloudy Bay’s winery was established, while characterful plant specimens include berberis temolaica – a rugged native of Tibet and a first for the Chelsea
Flower Show. What’s more, a simple terrace provides an area to entertain or relax (with a chilled glass of Cloudy Bay, naturally).
At the end of Chelsea Flower Show, the Cloudy Bay Discovery Garden will live on, integrated into four urban-garden installations created by four young garden designers for the London City Scapes
festival, which will take place later this year.
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