Our 2022 gardens for good causes

In 2022, Project Giving Back is supporting 12 gardens that celebrate and draw attention to the work of charitable organisations, community interest groups, and educational programmes in the UK.

Each garden is inspired by the story and the work of the cause it is associated with and, following its launch at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, will be relocated or re-used in a way that further benefits the cause or the community for which it has been designed.

Gardens we're supporting this year

A Textile Garden for Fashion Revolution

Designed by
Lottie Delamain
Inspired by

Alder Hey Children's Charity Garden

Designed by
Howard & Hugh Miller
Inspired by

Core Arts Front Garden Revolution

Designed by
Andy Smith-Williams
Inspired by

Hands Off Mangrove by Grow2Know

Designed by
Grow2Know
Inspired by

Mind Garden

Designed by
Andy Sturgeon
Inspired by

Mothers for Mothers Garden

Designed by
Pollyanna Wilkinson
Inspired by

New Blue Peter Soil Garden

Designed by
Juliet Sargeant
Inspired by

RAF Benevolent Fund Garden

Designed by
John Everiss
Inspired by

RNLI Garden

Designed by
Chris Beardshaw
Inspired by

Rewilding Britain Landscape

Designed by
Lulu Urquhart & Adam Hunt
Inspired by

St Mungo's Putting Down Roots Garden

Designed by
Darryl Moore
Inspired by

Wilderness Foundation UK Garden

Designed by
Charlie Hawkes
Inspired by