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    RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2019 medal winners

    BEST RHS YOUNG DESIGNER 

    Kristian Reay 

    The Phytosancturay Garden 

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth

    BEST BACK TO BACK GARDEN

    The Art and Nature of a Port Sunlight Garden 

    Designed by Liam English

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall 

    BEST CONSTRUCTION AWARD

    Let’s Go Fly a Kite

    Built by Base Squared Ltd

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    GOLD MEDAL

    The Phytosanctuary Garden

    Designed by Kristian Reay, Built by Steven Foxcroft Landscapes, Sponsored by London Stone, Macgregor Smith, Practicality Brown, Woodscape, Stephen Myburgh, Deepdale Trees, CED Stone and Greentech 

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth

    SILVER-GILT MEDALS

    Contemplation Corner 

    Designed by Pip Probert, Built by Outer Spaces, Sponsored by Marshalls, Vandermoortell, Stone Globes, Trellis Co. and Beers Building Supplies

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth

    Trail of Thoughts Garden 

    Designed by Nick Leitch and Pam Duffell, Built by Bespoke Stone Walling, Sponsored by Great British Gardens and Bespoke Stone Walling

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    The Art and Nature of a Port Sunlight Garden

    Designed by Liam English 

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

    Designed by Clive Scott, Sponsored by Moodswings Manchester and QTD Ltd

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    Perfumer’s Garden

    Designed by Charlie Adams, Built by Adam Hazelton, Sponsored by The Pulse of Perfumery, Knutsford

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall 

    1 in 10

    Designed by Charlie Hartigan, Built by Envisage Gardens, Sponsored by StoneMarket, Teamstay, Hardy Ecualyptus, Laura Jane Wylder, Gaze Burvill and Deepdale Trees 

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth 

    SILVER MEDALS

    Cyber Crime 

    Designed by University Centre Reaseheath Level 5 Landscape Architecture Students, Sponsored by Cheshire Police and Barclays
     

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth

    Petrus’ Paradise 

    Designed by Rachael Bennion with Petrus Incredible Edible Rochdale (PIER) users and volunteers, Sponsored by The Guinness Partnership, M&Y Maintenance and Construction, Rochdale Rotary Club and Rochdale Borough Council

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar 

    Designed by Simon Tetlow 

    The Start in Salford Garden 

    Designed by Andrew Walker

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    Let’s Go Fly a Kite! 

    Designed by Jane Bingham & Penny Hearn, Built by Base Squared Ltd, Sponsored by Marshalls Plc, Iceland Foods Ltd, Murray Environmental Ltd, Planting with Penny, Burton & Rossett Horticultural Society, Dalefoot Compsts, Decorative Aggregates, All Turf, Simon O’Rourke Ltd, Blastcool and Aldford Apparel

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

    Baroque Garden 

    Designed and built by Laurence Senior, Sponsored by Hortus Loci, Deepdale Trees and Nicholas Edward Gardens

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth

    Caledonian Coastal 

    Designed by Aidan Cifelli, Built by Artisan Landscapes, Sponsored by Vande Moortel, Cheshire Concrete, Landscape Plus, Deepdale Trees, CED Stone and Urban Landscapes  

    Image credit – RHS & Neil Hepworth 

    BRONZE MEDALS

    The Equilibrium Garden 

    Designed by Richard Heys MICHort and Audra Bickerdyke, working with female prisoners at HMPPS and YOI Styal, Sponsored by Brenmo Plants, Smileswoodcraft

    Image credit – RHS & Tim Sandall

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