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March 27th, 2018 | by Jennifer Edwards

Marriott County Hall's Giant Botanical Easter Egg

The 3m high egg has been individually designed and handcrafted by The Plantman and Out To Learn Willow exclusively for London Marriott Hotel County Hall. The idea of creating a natural egg, is in line with Marriott’s botanical stance following their removal of plastic straws from their hotel & restaurants earlier this year. The best way to enjoy the view? With their dedicated Easter cocktail and chocolate treats coming along this weekend!

The installation is the first of a series of events happening throughout the year as London Marriott Hotel County Hall will celebrate his 20-year anniversary.

The Plantman Limited is an independent multi-disciplinary landscaping company that was founded in April 2014 by Darren Stobbart. Darren is a highly motivated individual with a wealth of commercial experience in the London Exterior and Interior landscape industry (over 25 years) and brings a combination of experience, innovation and knowledge of technology. Having worked for two of Londons most respected landscape companies as General Manager and Director, Darren now offers his own personal brand of modern and fresh horticultural solutions, working with renowned designers and contractors in a wide range of outdoor and indoor environments for workplaces, businesses, individuals and events.

Out to Learn Willow provides both living willow and dried willow courses and workshops for adults, children and young people within a variety of educational and community settings. Specialised in helping schools or community groups to develop their outdoor spaces using living willow structures or dried willow sculptures that naturally enhance school grounds or public places.