Will Williams has won a Gold Medal and Best Young Designer at this year’s RHS Tatton Park Flower Show. The worlds of hard-and-soft landscaping have combined to support Will Williams, with sponsorship coming from London Stone and Hortus Loci nursery.
Young Garden Designer of the Year, now celebrating its 10th year at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show is an amazing platform for young talent to shine and perform on one of the worlds biggest gardening stages. With previous winners such as Hugo Bugg, Tamara Bridge, Sam Ovens and Tony Woods all going on to design gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Will Williams graduated from the London College of Garden Design in 2015 and has since already designed two show gardens at RHS Hampton Court, so is no stranger to the world of show gardens. Wills Tatton Park creation ‘At One’, is designed for a young couple looking for a relaxing but entertaining space. With a contemporary design and airy, wildlife friendly planting, it really maximises both soft and hard landscaping.
London Stone managing director Steve Walley, says: “We are so pleased for Will, and offer him our congratulations. This award is richly deserved, and we are looking forward to watching his career go from strength-to-strength.
“London Stone and Hortus Loci are keen to support young and emerging talent within horticulture, and Will encapsulates how exciting the industry is right now.”
Hortus Loci CEO, Mark Straver adds: “The entire team at Hortus are thrilled that Will has won this brilliant award; it is fantastic news. It rounds-off what has been the best-ever show season for both London Stone and Hortus Loci, and we’re excited about what next year will bring!”
Both parties are excited to see what is next for Will, and continue to see the RHS Young Garden Designer of the Year competition go from strength to strength.