RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013


In definition Juxtaposition is the gathering of contrasting objects with the intention to compare and analyse their specific features against each other. This can take many forms not only shape but also colour, sound, texture movement and size.

The garden explores the relationship between the contrasting textures that can be found in the equatorial region. On one side it displays the strong architectural form of plants from arid habitats and on the other, large leafed specimens that represent more humid dense rainforests.

Key Specimen plants: Yucca rostrata, Phoenix roebolenii, Canna indica and Philodendron selloum.