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Sculpture For the Garden at the Savill Garden
Sculptor and exhibition organiser, Mike Bigland added: "My sculptures do not imitate nature but draw from the essential structure and representation of the plants. The pieces enhance summer plantings and provide plants and flowers through the winter against a backdrop of stone walls, hedges and evergreen areas. They also provide a habitat for insects and shelter from predators. The structures warm up quickly in the sun which attracts insects; and catch the snow in the winter."
Once you have walked around the 35 acres which make up The Savill Garden, visitors can walk around the Savill Building and enjoy a lovely meal or a warm coffee in The Savill Restaurant or the Gallery Coffee Shop. There is also a gift shop available and an outdoor plant centre, where you can purchase potted plants and take them home with you.