Jonathan Price Wins Silver Gilt At RHS Tatton Flower Show

Posted on August 9, 2013

Jonathan Price’s garden, (Mu-No Thing), has won the Silver Gilt award at the RHS Tatton Flower Show.  

In June, we ran a feature about our former principal cellist Jonathan Price and his exciting move into the world of landscape design. For those of you who were unable to see Jonathan’s stunning garden on display at Tatton Park in July, feast your eyes on our exclusive snaps below.

On press day at the Flower Show, Camerata added an exciting musical element to the proceedings, as Jonathan’s former colleagues Richard Williamson, Sarah Whittingham, Barbara Grunthal and Shirley Richards (pictured below) performed Company by Philip Glass.

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