Thursday, May 26, 2022

Award-winning landscape architect and garden designer Sarah Eberle.

WITH the RHS Chelsea Flower Show now in full flow, all eyes are not only on the incredible gardens and talented designers, but on the plants, and products used in their creations.

Alongside this year’s ‘wild’ theme (the show runs until Saturday, May 28), sustainability and climate change are the big talking points.

Engineered wood panel manufacturer Medite Smartply (based in Belview) aims to showcase the brand’s commitment to longevity and wellness and most importantly, sustainability.

The company’s ‘Building the Future’ garden features some of the company’s most innovative products.

Said Chris King, Medite Smartply’s Managing Director (Commercial): “The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the perfect opportunity to not only showcase to the world the incredible possibilities of engineered wood panels, but to demonstrate how versatile and environmentally conscious Medite Smartply products are. Following on from the event, the garden and building will be reused in another location, which further demonstrates our company’s commitment to sustainability and the environment.”

The centrepiece of the garden has been constructed using Medite Tricoya Extreme  (MTX) which provides manufacturers, fabricators, and designers unlimited creative freedom.

This remarkable lightweight, engineered wood panel is guaranteed up to 50 years above ground and 25 years in ground and is especially beneficial in environments where humidity and varying weather are usually concerns.

Designed by multi-award-winning landscape architect and garden designer Sarah Eberle, and supported by Alex and Emma Devereux, the structure is inspired by natural vertical rock strata similar to the cliffs of Devon and Cornwall, which show a cross section of millions of years of plate movements and development. MTX also featured in the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The garden is protected with Smartply Siteprotect Plus, a pre-coated on both sides, structural OSB/3 site hoarding panel that allows users to protect their sites or display brand messages to the wider public.

Medite Smartply gas a dedicated online MDF community site – www.meditemakesitreal.com –  which invites MDF enthusiasts to share work, gain inspiration and even win prizes that will enable the user to build bigger and better with MDF.

To find out more about Medite Smartply’s involvement at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show visit: https://mdfosb.com/en/cfs

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The structure is inspired by natural vertical rock strata similar to the cliffs of Devon and Cornwall

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