The Beatles inspire mum to design winning show garden

THE Beatles have encouraged an novice gardener to build her 1st showpiece.

Sue Burke received a levels of competition to style a back garden in a level of competition for BBC Radio Merseyside.

Listeners were challenged to come up with an notion for a town backyard.

The mum-of a few was thrilled to see her sketches for My Metropolis Our Music grow to be reality at the RHS Flower Show in Tatton, where hundreds of people were capable to value it.

Sue, from Liverpool, explained: “I’ve never done everything like this right before.

“I intended this back garden as an ode to the music for which our city has come to be synonymous.

“The sandstone walls, from a neighborhood quarry, are a nod to the very first title of the band, The Quarrymen.

“The guitar form of the grass signifies the songs of the ‘Merseybeat’.”

Vivid colours ended up picked out to celebrate the Beatle’s 4 album handles.

The white border demonstrates The White Album and a inexperienced apple tree signifies the Apple label.

Zingy colours of crimson, blue, orange and yellow rejoice Sergeant Pepper and Yellow Submarine.

The black and white paving major to the bench in the backyard garden symbolises the legendary image of The Beatles walking throughout a zebra crossing on the Abbey Road album go over.

The bench is embossed with the title of the music Norweigan Wood.

The backyard was constructed by Lee Bestall.

Sunday, July 24 is the show’s final working day and at 4pm people will be ready to acquire flowers and vegetation from exhibitors.

For tickets take a look at kingdom/tattonpark

Each individual spending grownup can provide two little ones under 16 free of charge of charge.

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