Following the success of their award-winning garden in 2010, L'Occitane will be back at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show later this month.
Capturing the essence of the wild Corsican Maquis - the home of the Immortelle plant, L'Occitane has chosen 8-time Chelsea gold medal-winning garden designer, Peter Dowle to bring the dramatic colours, scents and textures of this unique landscape to life in the Immortelle Flower Garden.
The French brand's garden at the 2010 RHS Chelsea was awarded a silver medal, inspired by the Haute Provence, the original landscape that inspired the sponsor to create the L'Occitane brand over 30 years ago.
This year the going-for-gold garden will feature plant species that grow naturally in Corsica such as myrtle, lavender, daisies and verbena, which also form key ingredients in the brand’s collections.
L'Occitane is celebrating the return to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show (May 22-26) with the L'Occitane Harvest Collection, a limited edition selection of products inspired by Provence, with ingredients that will grow in the garden including Peony - the signature flower for Chelsea this year.
The L'Occitane Harvest Collection, priced at £25.00, is available this month. loccitane.com
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