The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The design focuses on the mathematical patterns that appear in nature – such as the Golden Ratio, these patterns are expressed throughout both garden’s structure, the layout of the planting and the featured plants. Plants used to demonstrate the mathematical properties include Aloe polyphylla with its spiral form, Gleditsia triacanthos which has a complex but regular leaf pattern, and Helianthus annuus, the sunflower, whose flower head is made up of hundreds of tiny florets laid out in a double–spiral that follows the Fibonacci sequence.

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