A garden area created by Darren Rudge for the use of school children and the wider community. 

The garden consists of a sensory area and two working areas. 

The sensory area was designed to stimulate the senses through movement, touch smell and sound, with a range of plants being used to create atmosphere and interaction.

Room to Grow

The first working area is a crop rotation vegetable allotment; with the second being and area to grow soft fruit which includes raspberries, gooseberries, strawberries and rhubarb. A compost area is also incorporated so that any waste can be recycled.

This garden won second prize in a national competition run by the Kitchen Garden Magazine for best community garden and was also opened recently by Dr David Bellamy.

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Room to Grow Initial Plan Drawing

Room to Grow Initial Plan Drawing

Before & After

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  • Darren Rudge - Landscape & Garden Design
  • 67 Nursery Road
  • Walsall
  • West Midlands
  • WS3 2DU


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