The celebrity gardener has designed a seven-storey 'pyramid' made of scaffolding poles titled Westland Magical Tower Garden. The Chelsea Flower show starts this week and already Diarmuid's garden is creating quite a stir.
"We are very flattered to be asked to supply buildings for Diarmuid's garden, we are a family business with in West Norfolk and are proud to be associated with this leading garden designer", said Nick Crane.
Crane have supplied 4 sheds for the pyramid, each shed has been hand built in their Narford workshops, Nick Crane "We are very excited to be involved in this project, the pyramid will definitely be a show stopper!".
The team at Crane worked with Diarmuid to carefully select the correct colours of the buildings, taking colours that aren't traditionally selected for sheds. Nick said "we are looking forward to seeing our buildings on the pyramid, they will be nestled among 5,000 plants, and countless other features including a tubular slide which snakes down to the ground".