Project Description: 

The London Blossom Garden features 33 blossom trees to represent all of the London Boroughs. It is a living memorial to commemorate the city’s shared experience of the Coronavirus pandemic. The garden offers a place of reflection for Londoners to remember those who have lost their lives, and pays tribute to London’s brave key workers who risked their own lives to help others and keep our city moving.

Local communities have helped to shape the design of the garden and it has been created for everyone to find solace in and enjoy: a place for everyone to visit, stop and reflect, and a peaceful haven where wildlife can thrive. The path contains 33 pieces of recycled concrete and reclaimed timber to echo the number of trees. Seating near each tree ring provides a space for you to sit and reflect in the natural surroundings. Lazenby installed the timber effect Imprinted Decorative Concrete paving in sections to a bespoke design.

Project Requirements: 

To supply tools, products and ancillaries to Id Verde to create a coloured wood effect onto a concrete slab, designed to resemble a natural timber planks.

Products Used: 

  • Reclaimed Timber Imprinting Mats.
  • PICS Colour Surface Hardener in the colour ‘Dove Grey’
  • PICS Release Agent in the colour ‘Classic Grey’
  • Concrete supplied by London Concrete
  • PICS Low Solid Sealer


  • Client – The Mayor of London & The National Trust
  • Architect – Davies White Landscape Architects & The Edible Bus Stop
  • Contractor – Id Verde
  • Concrete Supplier – London Concrete (Aggregate Industries)
  • Decorative Concrete Specialists – Lazenby
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