The World Vision Garden

Designed by former Capel Manor Garden Design student John Warland


RHS Gold Medal Winner

The World Vision Garden symbolises journeys of life. Inspired by the lives of children around the world, the floating waves of turf each represent an individual life. The undulations symbolise how unpredictable and vulnerable life is, especially for children living in places where poverty and disasters strike – in countries such as Sierra Leone, for example, where through Ebola children became isolated and alone, losing parents, siblings and friends to the disease.

But as fear recedes, a crescendo of new hope can be seen rising up from the ox-eye daisy meadow, with the use of mature trees showing the support we can all give for children living in the world’s hardest places.
Wander through and become part of the garden, just as you can be a part of a vulnerable child’s life by sponsoring a child with World Vision.

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