A PLAYHOUSE design and building business will be unveiling its latest creations at an annual London flowershow.

Launched in 2017, Stockbridge business Wallgarden will be bringing The London Shop and The Hampshire Cottage to a stand at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show 2019.

The two bespoke playhouses are a collaboration between Wallgarden and garden designer Sarah Eberle, as well as a selection of Salisbury businesses including Signs in Motion, Chris Snell Roofing Specialist, R Moulding & Co and local reclamation yards.

The team are now busy making each scene a reality, and director and founder of Wallgarden, Nadine Charlton, said it was “a bit of a shock” and an "amazing opportunity" securing a high-profile space in the show, adding: “I nearly fell over [when I found out]. It’s an incredible platform but so frightening.

“It is a challenge to understand agriculture but we want to inspire the younger generation and get them involved with this. I feel prepared but still nervous."

The London Shop is inspired by the Pragnell showroom on Mayfair's Mount Street and the English countryside, and The Hampshire Cottage focusses on bringing horticultural themes inside to a kitchen table.

Designer Sarah added: "By creating a garden designed for children, we hope we can inspire them to love and nurture their outdoor spaces too."

When asked about starting up the business, Nadine said: "My daughter was my inspiration. I wanted to create something that would give a lasting experience that can be added to in the future.

"It’s something that can be enjoyed by a child for a long time, and then their children can enjoy it.

"It’s a lovely thing to do and it will stay in [a child’s] memory forever, but they are big enough for parents too."

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show will be from May 21 - 25.