BALI South Thames - 24th February - Building a SkyGarden
12 February 2015
Our next event is on Tuesday 24th February at Merrist Wood.John Melmoe from the multi Award winning Willerby Landscpes, has generously agreed to talk about their experiences building a Sky Garden 35 floors up on the Walkie Talkie building on Fenchurch Street in the City. The new garden is open to the public if you book on line and we plan to arrange a vist sometime after this talk. However it is quite feat in Landscaping terms - in the plant supply and installation, Gillespies are the Landscape Architects.
Willerbys are amongst the best Landscapers in the UK, with strong attention to detail and have a vast heritage of successful work including the Olympic Park and Chelsea Gardens.
Please book via the BALI website or contact BALI team email@example.com
Other Press Releases By This Company
- 26/05/2016 - “What have plants ever done for us?”
- 08/10/2015 - Strictly Sustainable: A passionate call for localism and a stronger cohesive voice for horticulture
- 25/09/2015 - Strictly Sustainable: A passionate call for localism and a stronger cohesive voice for horticulture
- 13/08/2015 - Strictly Sustainable: The Ecologists Perspective
- 13/08/2015 - Strictly Sustainable: The Designer’s Perspective
- 13/08/2015 - Strictly Sustainable: The Client’s Perspective
- 04/08/2014 - Design For Maintenance 2
- 16/05/2014 - 'A Summer of Masterclasses' - Start the summer with Palmstead...
- 05/11/2013 - Soft Landscape Workshop Report
- 23/09/2013 - Plantsman’s Plot – September 2013 – from Palmstead Nurseries
- 30/07/2013 - ‘Native Versus Non Native: Which is Best?’
- 08/10/2012 - What does it take to survive? Water? Light? Heat? A Good Finance Director? Answer: SUGAR!
- 31/07/2012 - Soft Landscape Workshop at Palmstead Nurseries
- 11/10/2011 - James Alexander Sinclair: ‘I don’t like letting go of my gardens; my ideal job goes on for ten years!’
- 11/10/2011 - Professor James Hitchmough: ‘applying an ecological perspective to aid long term maintenance’
- 11/10/2011 - ‘Maintenance is a profession which should be valued’
- 11/10/2011 - Noel Farrer: ‘Big changes are about to take place’
- 10/10/2011 - Design for Maintenance