The planting on the outer perimeter of the UNHCR: ‘Border Control’ Garden is deliberately at a tangent to the planting at the centre of this garden. The outer perimeter of the garden features plants that are unhealthy and haven’t been treated well or looked after, these plants aren’t placed in an environment where they can thrive – these plants are out of place and out of sorts. Whereas the planting in the centre of the garden features healthy plants, that although they originate from different countries, grow well together and look healthy and happy where they are. The UNHCR: ‘Border Control’ Garden was designed by Tom Massey and John Ward. This Conceptual Garden was presented with a Gold Medal, and the prestigious title of Best Conceptual Garden, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016. The ‘Border Control’ Garden was built by Landform Consultants, and sponsored by UNHCR.

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