The Resilience Garden
Designed by Sarah Eberle
It explores how our woodlands can be made resilient to a changing climate and the increasing threats of pests and diseases.
Sarah Eberle's garden looks ahead to the biggest challenges facing forests of the future and exploring how they can be more resilient to a changing climate.
The garden is inspired by William Robinson, who was deeply supportive of public forestry and on his estate, Gravetye.
Exotic planting features alongside native species - specially selected to thrive in habitats that mimic the probable effects of climate change.
Natural materials including boulders, stone and gravel reflect the garden's rural setting.