The World Vision Garden was designed by John Warland and sponsored by World Vision. The RHS judges awarded this Show Garden a Gold Medal, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016. The World Vision Garden has taken its inspiration from the lives of children around the world. Symbolising the journey of life, each of the undulating waves of turf represent an individual life, each taking a different turn with a different journey. The grass isn’t smooth or level, as we’d expect it to be, as each dip and turn is designed to represent the uncertainties of life, reminding us how unpredictable life is, and how vulnerable children in living in poverty are. Whilst the inclusion of pretty and cheerful daisy flowers, serves to remind visitors of their childhood making daisy chains on the grass, and to act as a reminder to us all, that if we join together we can help children living in fear.

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