Horatio's Garden x Emma Bridgewater

Horatio's Garden x Emma Bridgewater

As a long-standing partner of Horatio’s Garden, we have again worked together to design a collection of Emma Bridgewater pieces to celebrate the charity’s Best in Show garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and to support this worthwhile cause. 

About Horatio’s Garden


Horatio’s Garden nurtures the wellbeing of people after spinal injury in beautiful, vibrant sanctuaries within the heart of NHS spinal injury centres. Leading designers create the accessible, gardens where the charity’s team, alongside volunteers and creatives, care for people and plants alike. The gardens are vital for reflection and adjustment for people facing life-changing injuries and long stays in hospital.

Horatio’s Garden at Chelsea 


Horatio’s Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show has been designed as a place of sanctuary and hope, reflecting the special qualities of the charity’s gardens that nurture the wellbeing of people after spinal injury.  The garden provides an immersive, restorative haven in contrast to the clinical atmosphere of a hospital ward. Designed by Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg of Harris Bugg Studio the garden is an immersive, restorative sanctuary – the antithesis of a busy, clinical hospital environment. The garden is generously funded by Project Giving Back


The garden at Chelsea features many well considered aspects such as water feature to bring 

sound and movement to the garden and encourage wildlife. In a nod to Horatio’s garden Yorkshire roots, stone from the area will be used to symbolise the journey of way finding when the path is unclear - referencing the journey through emotion after a devastating spinal injury. 



Image by: @mariannemajerus 

Best In Show

We are delighted to hear that the judges have award the Horatio’s Garden have been awarded the converted Best in Show award and a Gold Medal. You can read more about this brilliant achievement here

Beyond Chelsea 


After the Chelsea Flower Show - this beautiful and accessible garden will move to Sheffield & East to create a permanent legacy.  The garden will support the wellbeing every year of thousands of patients, their families and friends as well as NHS staff looking after them. Find out more about the meaningful work done by Horatio’s Garden here

If you'd like to support Horatio’s Garden in bringing this garden to life in 2024, please donate here: