Magnetic Water Treatment Helps Create Award Winning Garden at BBC Gardeners World Live


Magnetic water was used for the first time to water an award-winning showcase garden, and it wasn’t just watering at the September 2001 BBC Gardeners World Live show itself, Plantsurge was used from the start of the seed growing project for over 350 plants in the nursery to grand finale watering over four days at the Birmingham show. The concept garden from Moska Design & Style, was based on a traditional English flower display, for a small courtyard style space called Nature’s Resilience, it was packed with traditional plants (wildflowers, herbs, roses) designed to create a calming oasis.  The 100 wildflower plants really produced impressive flowers, so much so that plant grower Samantha from wildflower seed company Seedsology claimed that the wildflowers watered with Plantsurge under cover were stronger more abundant and colourful that those growing wild in the meadows. It was perhaps not too surprising when the judges awarded the garden a sliver merit winner.