- Production car park - 1
- Production car park - 2
- Production car park - 3
- Location 4
- Main trading area - 1
- Main trading area - 2
- Main stage - 1
- Main stage - 2
- Main stage - 3
- Main stage - 4
- Main stage - 5
- Bar area and dance stage
- Dance stage
- Supporting acts stage area - 1
- Supporting acts stage area - 2
- Supporting acts stage area - 3
- Supporting acts stage area - 4
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This photograph demonstrates the clever use of different foliage shape to add interest to the bed, a mixture of shrubs and herbaceous perennials.
Screen planting, using a plant that will resist even the strongest winds due to its form.
Plants have been allowed to grow so close to each other that they form one dense mass, avoiding any room for weeds to grow.
From this view point, the planting of this bed runs smoothly into the background of trees, creating to the eye, a continuous tall bank of plant foliage until the skyline.
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