8th March 2016

“State of Flux: Capturing the ephemeral in

contemporary gardens and landscape will

examine gardens and natural spaces that

are deliberately temporary and naturally


Treebox will be sponsoring the Society of Garden Designers Spring Conference this year which focuses on impermanent features in contemporary gardens and landscapes. Exploring the subject will be a panel of speakers whose experimental work has embraced the ephemeral and transitory nature of plants to great effect. Speakers include: Landscape architect Deborah Nagan, Landscape and garden designer James Basson MSGD, Professor James Hitchmough from the University of Sheffield, Adolfo Harrison and Darryl Moore, the Co-curators of Cityscapes, and renowned land artist Sylvain Meyer. The day will be chaired by Richard Reynolds of Guerrilla Gardening.

(Enchanting land art of Sylvain Meyer)

This is a particularly exciting event for us as we’ll be unveiing a new product following the success of our Easiwall! Treebox is proud to sponsor this event and see’s the SGD as a positive platform for established and emerging talent in the landscape industry. The SGD help to spread knowledge, trends and push boundaries within the field – their work and the work of their members help us to stay inspired, and we always love to see how their network of designers are using our living wall system to attain their project goals!

We can’t wait to see what this year has in store, so come by our stand and let us inspire you just in time for Spring!

This years conference is held:

Saturday 19th March 2016
Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore
London, SW7 2AR

Conference start at 09:45 until 17:30 approx.
Tickets are available: