Flower Power At Chelsea

Award-winning garden designer Lynne Lambourne will power up her design for garden tools manufacturer Gardena's display at the 2023 RHS Chelsea Flower Show by using EnviroBuild's Explorer decking.

Due to take place while the FIT Show is on and through to Saturday 27 May, this year's edition of the Chelsea Flower Show will be the first time EnviroBuild's products will be featured at the prestigious event.

Lambourne will be featuring products from brands working towards a more sustainable way of living. She says: "I will be using EnviroBuild's latest products in my upcoming design with Gardena. Not only is their Explorer decking very sleek, it is also environmentally friendly and sustainable."

The Hyperion Explorer composite decking is known for its realistic wood look and wood-grain texture. It is 90% manufactured from recycled materials and has a 64% reduced global warming potential in comparison to traditional timber decking.

With a low-maintenance anti-slip surface, this decking solution is protected from stains and scratches, saving money and time in the long-run compared to wood products. It also benefits from a 10-year commercial limited warranty (15-year residential) for added piece of mind.

The spokesperson for EnviroBuild, Dr Aidan Bell, says: "Hopefully many visitors notice the merits of our products and consider a more sustainable and eco-friendly design for their own gardens."

Lambourne’s garden design will feature prominent use of green edible plants and white furniture. The Silver Birch Hyperion Explorer composite decking will compliment the colour of the furniture and give a sophisticated feel to the garden.

The centerpiece of the garden, a beautiful pergola providing shelter from the elements, will be made from salvaged white windows.


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Picture: EnviroBuild decking to feature at the 2023 RHS Chelsea Flower Show


Article written by Cathryn Ellis
21st May 2023


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