A Kew Collection appreciation
If you have been an avid follower of the Malvern Garden Buildings story and love to know all the latest trends in garden living, then you’ll know that last year we launched our brand new Kew Collection. We showcased this brand new, exclusive collection of garden buildings for the first time at RHS Chelsea 2017 and we are extremely proud of the great reception it received.
Kew Gardens has always been a place we are fond of amongst the Malvern Garden Buildings team. The world-famous, royal botanical gardens are breathtaking in so many ways:
The plants: With a true understanding and love for plants, Kew Gardens is a celebration of the natural world at its best. This is a place where you can go on a wonderful adventure through the botanical world, discover your favourites and learn more about those you thought you knew.
The passion: At Malvern Garden Buildings, we are passionate about crafting beautiful outdoor living spaces. And at Kew Gardens, the team are passionate about growing, nurturing and preserving the beauty of our natural world. This passion really is infectious!
The architecture: Kew Gardens is London’s largest UNESCO world heritage site, and it’s easy to see why with it’s iconic architecture, so prominent yet delicate and charming. It embraces and captures the true wonder of nature and presents it so proudly wherever you look.
All of this is why we dedicated three brand new garden buildings to Kew Gardens. We wanted to create a collection that celebrated one of the most famous places in Great Britain and played homage to the plants, the passion and the architecture it so proudly upholds. The Victoria, The Imperial and The Darwin are all special in their own right and are distinctive in character. This means you can have the perfect place in your garden to grow plants, hone your horticultural skills or simply sit back and relax at the end of a long day, enjoying your own garden.
Everyone loves Kew Gardens, and now everyone can enjoy their own slice of it, with the Kew Collection from Malvern Garden Buildings.