Forest Garden, the UK’s leading manufacturer of timber garden structures, sheds, fencing and furniture, showcased its Hexagonal Garden Gazebo and Ultima Pergola on the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this week.

‘The Great Escape’ garden designed by Chris Collins for the HTA consists of four sections; The Urban Garden, The Outdoor Gym, The Summerhouse and The Orb Den, all designed to encourage visitors to relax, grow, play and engage with nature.

Forest’s three metre Hexagonal Garden Gazebo is part of a new range of gazebos available in three different shapes and seven sizes, ranging from the compact three metre Hexagonal to the spacious six metre Premium Oval Gazebo. It is taking centre stage on the HTA’s exhibit as part of The Summerhouse section, and is adorned with potted plants, a bird box and an ‘insect hotel’, so that guests can take a seat inside and be surrounded by nature.

The Outdoor Gym section is framed by Forest’s Ultima Pergola – at 2.8 metres tall, this pergola is great for growing climbing plants and hanging baskets and creates a cooling dappled shade effect underneath.

This is not the first time that Forest Garden has worked with the HTA at Chelsea. Last year, the HTA’s ’40 Sunbury Road’ exhibit in association with The Sun, featured Forest’s award-winning Decibel Noise Reduction Fence Panels which can reduce nuisance noise by as much as eight times.

Nicola Simpson, head of marketing at Forest Garden says “We are delighted to be involved with the HTA’s Chelsea exhibit once again this year. The garden looks beautiful and promotes the benefits of spending time outdoors and surrounded by nature, which is something we are passionate about at Forest.”

All of Forest’s products are designed at the company’s Worcestershire head office. The majority of the timber used is grown and felled from managed UK forests across Scotland and Wales and cut and processed at the company’s sawmill. From there the timber is taken to the Forest manufacturing operation in Worcestershire.

Products are available nationwide through online retailers, high street multiples and garden centres. To view the entire range please visit www.forestgarden.co.uk.

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