The disability charity is working with percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie on their Together We Can garden, celebrating the charitys inclusive vision for disability. It will be the first time the RHS Chelsea Flower Show has hosted an acoustic garden.The Papworth Trust has offices across the region, including in Papworth Everard and Huntingdon.Helen Fairhurst, senior marketing manager from Papworth Trust, said: This is a unique project for both the Chelsea Flower Show and our charity and it is incredible to see the excitement the garden is already creating and the difference it can make to the people we work with. Our excitement is shared by Dame Evelyn who has always wanted to reach as many people as possible with her music. Dame Evelyn said: One of my aims is to show that you can create music from almost anything. But the bigger legacy will be if we can recreate the concept of this type of garden in other public spaces. I want to create several sound-scape gardens for people to visit and enjoy and to show that wonderful gardens dont just grow, they actually grow aurally as well. The garden will be unveiled at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show between May 24-28.