The contemporary Parsley Box Garden, which will offer inspiration on how to cook and socialise within small spaces, aims to challenge the stereotype of ageing. Centralised around a custom-made outdoor kitchen, the garden has a wooden cantilevered pergola stretched over a Dutch oval dining table and tiered planters constructed in age brass.
“Our Artisan Garden at Chelsea is both a celebration of good food and of a good life,” Adrienne Macaulay, co-founder and chief product officer of Parsley Box, says. “We want it to smash the stereotypical views held about the over 60s. They are the original rule breakers, they paved our way and we want to celebrate them with this garden.
“As we advance in years we don’t stop wanting what we enjoyed as our younger selves. The garden will represent that with a modern twist on a traditional kitchen garden for the imagined owner to savour flavour, forage, preserve the fruits of their labour and entertain friends in.”