The multi-award winning domestic landscape company from Albrighton donated materials and its design expertise to help create the new courtyard named ‘The Boningale Tranquillity Garden’.
Work began on the garden in January and after weeks of excavating, landscaping and planting – helped by volunteers from the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS – the garden was officially unveiled today to coincide with NHS Sustainability Day (24th March).
Steve Tonks, General Manager at Boningale Garden Creations, designed the landscape and planting scheme, and all the shrubs were donated by Boningale Nurseries. The scheme also features a new, highly aesthetic environmental planting technique that is being exclusively developed by Boningale Greensky.
Steve said: “We are thrilled to support the Princess Royal Hospital once again and hope that the garden we have created provides a therapeutic and calming outdoor environment for patients, their families and staff.”
As well as donating the paving for hard landscape areas, Boningale Garden Creations also helped The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust convince some of its industry contacts to donate other materials, including pergolas, which are being built by Border Hardwood.
“The support for the garden has been tremendous and we are humbled to have so many people donate their time and goods to make it happen,” added Steve.