RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is taking place from 18 – 22 July and HTA and APL members have been showcasing their skills and given reason to celebrate.
APL members Warnes-McGarr worked with the RHS this year on a feature garden called The Poisonous Garden. The Poisonous Garden is a feature to capture the imagination, and in which visitors can explore the gruesome and dangerous nature of some of our best-loved plants.
APL members who won awards for their gardens were:
Gold, Best Back to Back Garden, Best Construction Award
Bee’s Gardens: The Penumbra
Designed by Briony Doubleday
Built by Foxcroft Landscapes
Sponsored by CED Stone Group, Oxford Oak, The Pot Company
A Place to Ponder
Designed by Matt Haddon
Built by Nicholas Edward Fryer
A Path to the Future
Designed by Landscape Architecture students (first year)
Built by Reaseheath College
Sponsored by Pochin’s Ltd
Foxcroft Landscapes also worked on one of the Young Designer Gardens called Finding [urban] Nature, designed by Eds Higgins.
HTA Members who have won medals in the Floral Marquee include:
Gold – Cook’s Garden Centre
Silver-gilt – Fryer’s Roses of the Blue Diamond Group
Silver-gilt – Newlands Nursery
For a full list of the medal winners at the show, click here.