RHS Tatton Park – Mornflake Garden

Using York stone for walls and paving, this garden was a reflection of the traditional practice of milling cereals. A circular, radiating, dry-stone wall sculpture mirrored the central circular ‘weir’ below. The circle of water emerging from between the stones added a sense of movement alongside rusted sculptures that conveyed heads of oats swaying in the wind, enhanced by the airy panicles of Stipa gigantea with Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Bronzeschleier’ below.