Furzey Garden's Chelsea exhibit takes shape


A team of gardeners from the New Forest in Hampshire are putting the final preparations to their display at the world famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The Furzey Gardens exhibit has been put together by young adults with learning disabilities who receive horticultural training and residential care at the gardens in Minstead.

At the heart of their project is a wooden sculpture called The Lantern, which has been dismantled and re-located to London for the annual show.

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