HIV Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018
The CHERUB HIV garden: A Life Without Walls
Did you know…
- Walls across the path in the garden symbolise the stigma and fears of young people living with HIV
- Impression of hands, set as flowers into the steel-like bench, are taken from young people living with HIV, many of whom are reluctant to disclose their HIV diagnosis.
- Aquilegia, Iris ‘Blue Moon’ and Drimys winteri are planted around the open seating area, contrasting the stark planting around the clinical white shelter