Mark Hall Academy's Garden Structure

By Jake Patel 
Superbloom Schools Blog Editor
Pictures from Mark Hall Academy

This week in Superbloom we are focusing on garden structures and the different ways you can use them to decorate your Superbloom space. Whether it's painting some pebbles, creating sculptures or installing a bird feeder, there are plenty of exciting ways to jazz up your Superbloom plot.

For instance, the children at Mark Hall Academy have managed to create their own structure based on the Tower of London.

Let's take a look at the process.

 

Creating a Tower of London planter

The children at Mark Hall Academy created the planter by hand using wood in their school workshop. 

Here are some behind the scenes pictures!

The power of teamwork

Mark Hall Academy's Tower of London planter is an amazing example of what we can accomplish when we work together as a team. You can see that everyone involved played an important part in this!

They even built a moat!

Mark Hall's students placed their completed Tower of London planter in the middle of their Superbloom plot creating a small moat similar to the real moat at the Tower of London where the Superbloom is being held.

This is great attention to detail!

We can't wait to see what other garden structures you can create! Share them with us on Twitter using #SuperbloomSchools!

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