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RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022

Alder Hey Urban Foraging station

For the past 18 months, along side their work designing and making high-end furniture and luxury kitchens, the brothers have been working on a special project.  Howard and Hugh have have designing a garden for The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, in aid of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. The garden is based around the theme of foraging, which embodies Alder Hey's wider agenda for the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Liverpool. The garden uses weaving as a design language to explore the way foraging can intertwine  the generations, communities, the city and the countryside, and heathy eating with heathy lifestyles.

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Urban Foragers

The thinking behind our garden.

Howard and Hugh discuss what inspired the idea behind the Alder Hey garden and the journey of how the design has developed over a number of years.


Hot Off The Presss

Check out our Brochure for RHS Chelsea 2022

We're finally ready to print the booklet all about our garden, to give to visitors at Chelsae Flower show. Take a sneak peak here...


I'm a rambler, I'm a brambler

Susie's summer kitchen

Susie Hay records a year of creating from foraged ingredients.

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Ancient hedgerows

Choosing the right trees

Howard explains how we are creating a diverse and mature hedgerow from scratch.

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Press announcement

It's official - were off to Chelsea!

H. Miller bros. are delighted to announce that our 'Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station' featuring a mobile foraging kitchen will be showcased at RHS Chelsea Flower Show between 24th-28th May 2022.


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