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RHS Garden Wisley

©Bradley-Hole Schoenaich Landscape Architects

Location: Woking, England
Client: Royal Horticulture Society
Completed: 2020
Size: 30,000 m2
Photography:  © Alister Thorpe

Commissioned by The Royal Horticulture Society as part of their ongoing masterplan to regenerate Wisley’s historic gardens, the project creates a brand-new public space surrounding the UK’s biggest plant centre. Expected to accommodate over 1.2 million visitors a year, the proposed landscape provides an inviting, robust and legible arrival space celebrating the rich horticultural traditions of the RHS’s flagship garden. From the three hundred meters long biodiverse swale to the cherry grove of 150 trees, visitors are welcomed by a spectacle of flowering vegetation across all seasons.

Developed as part of the Bradley-Hole Schoenaich Landscape Architects team.

︎︎︎ Utagawa Hiroshige II,
Cherry Blossoms at Koganei in the Eastern Capital, 1866

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