Ian Drummond March Column
13th – 17th July 2015
National Plants at Work Week
NPWW is organised by efig – our industry body to promote the benefits of plants in the working environment.
We are delighted to be involved in this wonderful initiative to help people to understand how plants work.
Office plants bring so many more benefits than simply aesthetic!
Look out for events all through the week…
And join in the @eFIG_Ltd Twitter ‘Greenie’ competition – upload a photo of yourself with a plant #plantsatworkweek
We hope these attachments ‘7 x 7’ and ‘Ten Facts’ inspire & inform.
RHS Chelsea 2015 – Award winning Display!
Gold medal winning ‘Afternoon Tea’
We are delighted to announce our latest RHS Chelsea project ‘Afternoon Tea at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel’ has won two Awards : Gold Medal & Best Hotel Floristry Exhibit.
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is steeped in history.
Our display references both the iconic architecture & the traditions of this grandest of Victorian Gothic revival buildings.
Summer Blooms at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Chelsea Flower Show display
To celebrate Harrods’ ‘The Perfume Garden’ display at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, we have decorated the Mandarin Oriental Hotel with a floral display.
Clerkenwell Design Week 2015
Urban Alchemy display
Collaborative installation with Urban Botanist at this year’s Clerkenwell Design Festival.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
Camden In Bloom : Community planting
Creative Director, Ian Drummond has been asked to Judge entries at this year’s Camden in Bloom
This community planting initiative sees residents and businesses all over the borough compete to bring planting to their neighbourhood, helping Camden to become a greener borough.
Ian Drummond, a born & bred Camdener was honoured to be involved in this project.
“Indoor Garden Design are committed to benefiting the communities in which we operate as a business and regularly donate plants to schools and projects in the Camden area and beyond.
For me to be asked to judge this amazing competition is such a privilege as I hope it inspires other local people to consider planting in the homes, neighbourhood and even workplaces”.
Judging the Best Balcony Category was an opportunity to see the real difference that planting brings both visually and to those who take the time to nurture plants in even the most limited spaces.
The Awards were held at on Monday 8th September 2014.