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Max Harriman
Landscape Designer, RHS Silver-Gilt medallist and self-confessed house plant addict
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Max Harriman Oct 3
Such great news John! Love the photo. Looking forward to next year 🤞
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Bowles & Wyer Oct 2
We're delighted to announce we've been shortlisted for the 2020 SGD Awards! We designed the Addenbrooke's Hospital NHS 70 Garden with Max Harriman and we're thrilled it's up for an SGD Award - now just to keep our fingers crossed until the ceremony in January!
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Max Harriman Sep 11
Very jealous! You must be buzzing..
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Max Harriman Sep 10
Fantastic result congratulations !!
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Max Harriman Aug 4
HAHA! Love it
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Max Harriman Jul 21
Hoping to visit soon so will send more!
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Max Harriman Jul 21
Hey Tim! Luckily a friend sent me these this last week!
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Max Harriman Jul 12
What a year! Shame I won’t be able to make it up to see the gardens this year. Looks like they are getting on well though. Thanks for the mention Tim!
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Tim Howell Jul 11
Answer 13: in addition to the eventual winner the other four very talented competitors in 2018 were: Jimmy McAdam, &
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Gardens by Anna Butterfield May 20
How fantastic, that’s the legacy we should be aiming for from every show garden 👏🏻 👍🏼🌿
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Bowles & Wyer May 4
It was the 5th and final courtyard (and installed at cost) in a series of gardens that we have done for Addenbrooke’s. The 1st was for the stroke unit, 2nd was for Outpatients (SGD award), 3rd was haematology, 4th (BALI winner) was for major trauma. Our pleasure Alistair!
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Max Harriman May 3
Great to hear you’re enjoying the garden Alistair! Best of luck with the Chelsea build!
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Max Harriman May 3
Happy you hear you enjoyed the concept behind the garden Tim. A programme on relocation, I agree, would be very interesting and important!
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Gemma Sharkey Apr 12
I am still recruiting for this study. It would be amazing if you could share with anyone you think might fir the criteria...Thank you!
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Max Harriman Mar 6
Looking 👌
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Wayne Amiel Feb 25
I work for a Mental Health Trust & totally agree with Monty Don that Gardening can do what medicine only 'tries to mimic' for mental health, ⁦⁦⁩ it’s been becoming increasingly recognised that gardening is good for your mental health
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Max Harriman Feb 9
Woo woo Well done team B&W! 👑
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Gemma Sharkey Feb 1
Pregnant or given birth in the last two years? Experiencing OCD or depression? Or no mental health difficulties and can be a control? Please consider taking part in this important research. Thank you.
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Max Harriman Jan 22
Replying to @BellaLack @rosemaryh92
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Max Harriman Jan 18
Replying to @PlantingPenny
Hope you're both well!
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