Gary Breeze and Martin Cook pictured with their Gold Medal winning Fresh Garden – The Marble and Granite Centre – Antithesis of Sarcophagi. This garden was chosen by the RHS judges as the Best Fresh Garden at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The Marble and Granite Centre – Antithesis of Sarcophagi was built by Chris Holland Landscapes, and sponsored by The Marble and Granite Centre Ltd.

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