Tiny Taxonomy









In May 2014 Canada came to Chelsea in the form of Tiny Taxonomy, an installation originally created for the International Garden Festival held annually at Reford Gardens – also known at Les Jardins de Métis – an historic garden in eastern Québec shaped by the innovation of horticulture pioneer Elise Reford in the 1920s and 30s. Tiny Taxonomy was set up in Belgrave Square as part of the Chelsea Fringe, and it was brought to London by Elise’s great-grandson Alexander Reford:…

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