Gordon Stuart Landscaping in partnership with Parklane Superspar and Fresh-Line Flora.
Articulture – The art of designing with flowers.
This is what we do. As landscapers and merchants of fresh cut flowers we design and create to meet our clients exacting standards, to enthrall, to inspire and to enchant. Whether it’s a tiny basket or posy of flowers, a mass for a special event, a tiny townhouse courtyard or a rambling country estate garden – each of our commissions are given the same attention to detail and are created with determination, flair and enthusiasm and are created to meet our exacting standards in design and installation. As a company we have avoided becoming boxed into a single style of design, our aim is to interpret the style and outcome the client is wanting to achieve. Just as no two clients are the same, no two commissions are ever completed the same. Each one an art work in its own right.
In this display we have created three different sections to show a diverse range of style and a varied range of material:
The area around the Disklavier depicts a country garden that has been set up for a grand wedding. The colour scheme is rich and elegant, featuring many old time favourites.
The feature in the pond has been dressed in hot vibrant colours, each flower has been selected and used for its form, texture and colour.
The pergola area has been dressed in a rich tapestry of tropical material which is on trend in the wedding scene at present.
Special thanks to our sponsors and contributors:
Parklane Superspar are the largest outlet for Fresh – Line Flora’s range of cut flowers, potted plant and accessories. The purpose of offering this range at the show is to make this exhibition interactive and to create market awareness of the availability of fresh cut flowers and accessories through Parkland Superspar.
Lovemore Music and Global Musical Instruments for the use of the Yamaha Disklavier for the exhibit which has been lovingly transported from Gauteng for this event!
Brad Glasspoole from Unbranded African for your ongoing support and enthusiasm.
Brushwood Basics for the use of their furniture.
Msunduzi Parks Division for the use of the terracotta statue in the water feature.