This garden represents a modern interpretation of this myth. Two oak character posts stand at opposite corners of the garden symbolising people destined to meet.
As visitors enter the garden they follow a meandering path embedded with footprints. The centre of the garden, visible as a vortex of black ‘oil’, represents our heavy carbon use. It appears to be slowly draining away as we continue to burn fossil fuels.
The World Vision Garden symbolises journeys of life. Inspired by the lives of children around the world, the floating waves of turf each represent an individual life.
Capel Manor College students are celebrating this summer after successfully achieving their land-based qualifications and are now preparing for University or to work in their chosen industry.
Two Capel students have recorded an advert at the Kiss FM studio headquarters to encourage young people across London to apply for courses starting at the College this September.
Our new foundation degree builds on Capel’s reputation for excellence and delivering the very best garden design qualifications for working professionals and those wishing to start a career as a garden designer.
Capel Manor College is ready for the autumn term with the arrival of their new kit for students
Students from Capel Manor College’s Gunnersbury Park centre planned and created a mouth-watering Charlie and the Chocolate Factory floral display at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show this week and achieved a Silver Award. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory floral display won a Silver Award The theme for the RHS Floristry College of the Year competition…
Alumni and current students from London’s Capel Manor College have created a number of award-winning exhibits at the prestigious RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show this week. No fewer than six exhibits – including three Gold winners – at this week’s show have been designed by Capel students past and present. Spirit of the Aegean…
THE creativity and hard work of a Ranmore Common gardener has earned her recognition at a popular show. Chikako Murphy, who is still studying for a qualification in Garden Design at Capel Manor College in Enfield, works part time in the trade already and entered a show garden at this year’s Blenheim Palace Flower…