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Annual Summer Closure...

Annual Summer Closure...

Whilst the plants are reaching for the heady heights of Summer, and the plant supports are all busy doing their important work, we take a break from bending metal and head off for watery adventures. The Plant Belles delivery van was transformed once again into our camping sanctum, and off we go... Family fun in France for 2020. Not quite as adventurous as period years due to Covid restrictions, but we still managed to swim, surf, paddle and camp in the wild.       

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Plant Belles open water swimming team - 2020 update...

Plant Belles open water swimming team - 2020 update...

When not making, selling, sending Plant Belles or gardening, we have been busy training for our Summer of open water swim adventures...

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Show dates 2020

Chelsea Flower Show

Show dates 2020

MARCH UPDATE: As you will know the 2020 show season is postponed until further notice due to the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. No RHS Malvern, Chelsea or even Wisley Flower Show (as the September dates are now pencilled for a belated Hampton Court Flower Show bonanza. We have taken this opportunity to build a shiny new workshop (See Plant Belles workshop build blog): Oak frame arrived this week (Jan w/c 27th), after a few weather delays on groundwork's we hope to have the main frame and walls up by the end of February 2020. Roof covering in March. Moving in April (finger...

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Beautiful & Useful @GardenMuseumLDN

Beautiful & Useful @GardenMuseumLDN

'Meet and buy from Britain's best designer-makers'. Plant Belles are very proud to be taking part in the Garden Museums next craft event, November 17th, London SE1.

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Update... More Plant Belles for the National Trust

National Trust Gardens

Update... More Plant Belles for the National Trust

The National Trust Garden at Knightshayes Court, Nr Tiverton, Devon, have introduced over 80 additional Plant Belle designs, to the wonderfully restored walled kitchen gardens.

The National Trust collaboration started back in 2008, with the former Head Gardener at Castle Drogo, Andrew Midgley. Together we created the 'George Belle'.

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