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Favourite Office Plant 2019

Favourite Office Plant 2019 has been announced as Philodendron xanadu. The judges present were Matthew Appleby of Horticulture Week, Claudia de Yong, award-winning garden designer and Chanel de Kock of the Flower Council of Holland. Accompanied by a remote panel of judges, they all felt that Philodendron xanadu fulfilled the criteria of a retro revival with its lush, leafy form much as last year’s winner the Monstera deliciosa. They also agreed that it works well on its own or as under-planting. Voting secured the top spot for the Philodendron by…

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OUT@INDOOR

We are PROUD at Indoor Garden Design to be inclusive of all LGBTQ+ Staff, Suppliers, Clients and Service Users. In Recognition of this initiative, today we launch our own LGBTQ+ Group Out@indoor. This week is 50 years since the Stonewall riots one of the biggest moments in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights and equality. Ian Drummond Creative Director of Indoor Garden Design said “We Are Delighted to have Mathew Todd with us today to formally launch Out@Indoor and thank him for his time and support of OUT@INDOOR and congratulate him…

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‘Geraniums in Coral’ living art installation at Zetter Townhouse

Clerkenwell Design Week 21 – 23 May 2019 Coral coloured Geraniums will transform the iconic entrance of The Zetter Townhouse hotel in Clerkenwell this May as part of Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW). The fantasy ‘underwater’ vignette is inspired by ‘Living Coral’ – Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 and will celebrate the longstanding urban popularity of the geranium in this stunning hue. ‘Geraniums in Coral’ is co-designed by award-winning garden designers and RHS medallists, Claudia de Yong, and Ian Drummond, creative director of Indoor Garden Design. It will showcase the…

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IGD helps Grosvenor House celebrate 90 years for the Chelsea Fringe

The enchanting heritage of Grosvenor House has been imaginatively revived to celebrate the hotel history, to highlight its location as a close neighbour to Royal Hyde Park and the mindful moments of reflection this offers. Using rich botanicals, inspired by the Grosvenor House yellow rose, created exclusively for the hotel by Sir Peter Beale’s nursery and launched at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2009, a large botanical frame set within a small garden area complete with a park bench, will be displayed with elements of the ‘Celebration Afternoon Tea’ to excite,…

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