Discover Jordan, one of this years new Destination of the World Gardens designed by Paul Hervey- Brookes uses a host of Aggregate Industries materials.
The garden which aims to capture the stunning Petra and Dead Sea Valley landscapes has, at its heart, a large semi-ruinous structure which evokes the Kings Tomb in the Petra Valley.
The Ashlar walling materials and cast stone columns needed to create the garden were supplied by Aggregate Industries. The Ashlar and columns were produced to replicate the colour of the natural nubian sandstone of Jordan
Aggregate Industries also provided a number of bespoke large sized sandstone paving sections along with its standard Polished Natural Sandstone paving range. A range of decorative aggregates were also used to complete the garden.
Paul Hervey-Brookes is an award winning garden designer and RHS Committee Member. He trained botanically at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and bases his design practice at the Rococo Garden, Painswick. He works on a diverse palette of design work both in the United Kingdom and Internationally.
He has created two gardens at Chelsea Flower Show including the award winning Bradstone Biodiversity garden which featured a bespoke portico
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