One of the leading disinfectant brands Zoflora will be revealing a unique garden design dedicated to Yorkshire at this summer’s RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.
The iconic household brand, which has been established for over 90 years, boasts a strong Yorkshire heritage as the product is proudly manufactured in Linthwaite, Huddersfield.
Zoflora has enlisted the creativity and skills from renowned garden designer Helen Elks-Smith, who will be incorporating key elements that the county is famous for within the space.
Taking inspiration from Yorkshire’s rolling countryside, Zoflora’s ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’ garden will be sculpted to form gentle undulations, reflecting the landscape of the county’s hills and dales.
A stream will gently flow through the garden and under a stone bridge, softly meandering through distinctive sections of the garden, incorporating a ‘field boundary’ to represent arable crops, a wildflower meadow and ‘woodland’.
A curved drystone wall will form a terrace and seating area, with a weathered steel set into the walls which will appear to have fractured the stone, representing powerful tree roots. The area is then enclosed by a moat, and brightly coloured fragrant plants, creating a tranquil place from which to view the rest of garden.
Zoflora will also be revealing a brand new fragrance at the show dedicated to Yorkshire. The scent will be a fresh and delicate floral fragrance reminiscent to the county’s meadows and valleys, boasting elements of crisp green leaves and a clean ozonic note, followed by a bouquet of wild flowers including mountain pansy and buttercup.
Senior brand manager at Zoflora, Sarah Fozzard, said: “Sponsoring a garden at Hampton Court is a great alignment for the brand, as the fragrances within the product range are expertly crafted to represent scents found within natural surroundings.”
“Using Yorkshire as a theme for the garden was a natural choice for us, as we’re very proud of our heritage. Helen’s design is really striking and attempts to encompass the key elements that make large parts of Yorkshire designated ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. We’re looking forward to seeing the design coming together and unveiling it to everyone on the 5 July.”
Garden designer, Helen Elks-Smith, commented: “I am overjoyed to have partnered with Zoflora this year. Paying homage to the county was a fantastic idea as its countryside has many wonderful aspects to celebrate. I’m confident that the overall design will impress and wow those attending the event.”
The Zoflora garden will be on show at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show from 5-10 July.
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