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David Harber's first Chelsea Show Garden!

For the first time ever, David Harber with global real estate services provider Savills are to sponsor a Show Garden for the celebrated RHS Chelsea Flower Show, London, England.

The garden is being designed by landscape and garden designer Nic Howard as an unfolding drama of mankind's interaction with the environment over time. This is garden theatre – a garden designed to showcase how bespoke sculpture and planting can tell a story and promote reflection.

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Black and white drawing of Chelsea garden design

The concept: the planting and art starts freeform and naturalistic but as mankind evolves, become formal and controlled. Hidden at the last stage is a flaw representing our negative impact on the environment.

A pivotal view: a metaphorical wormhole through time frames the pivotal Aeon sculpture symbolising a vital force that keeps the planet in equilibrium.

The garden provides David Harber with the opportunity to explore his creativity and create a thought-provoking narrative through unique, one-off pieces.

David Harber and Savills logo for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018

Win a VIP day at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

There are three pairs of tickets to be won, which include a guided tour of The David Harber and Savills Garden, fine dining in the exclusive Jardin Blanc area and much more.

For your chance to win, visit Savills' website.

Terms and conditions apply, competition closes Monday 14th May, 2018

Cartoon for Savills competition to win a ticket to RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Crispin Holborow, Deputy Chairman of Savills Private Office, comments: “We are very much looking forward to sponsoring The David Harber and Savills Show Garden at Chelsea Flower Show this year.

“The evolution ethos of the garden, designed by Nic Howard, draws many parallels with Savills as a business as we have evolved and grown over the years into a global brand.

“The size, beauty and maturity of the garden are high up the priority list for many of our clients and increasingly sculpture adds an extra interest and drama to complement the natural features of plants, trees and landscape. Nic has given us a snapshot of how this can be successfully achieved.