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    RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2019 medals

    BEST SHOW GARDEN

    Smart Meter Garden – Designed by Matthew Childs, built by Belderbos Landscapes, sponsored by Smart Energy GB. 

    © RHS/Neil Hepworth

    BEST CONSTRUCTION (SHOW GARDEN)

    The Cancer Research UK Pledge Pathway to Progress – Designed by Tom Simpson, built by Rosebank Landscaping, sponsored by Cancer Research UK.

    © RHS/ Neil Hepworth

    BEST GLOBAL IMPACT AND LIFESTYLE GARDEN AND BEST CONSTRUCTION (GLOBAL IMPACT AND LIFESTYLE GARDEN) 

    Stop and Pause Garden – Designed by Dave Green, built by PC Landscapes. 

    © RHS/ Tim Sandall

    GOLD MEDALS

     

    The Thames Water Flourishing Garden – Designed by: Tony Woods, built by: Garden Club London, sponsored by Thames Water 

    © RHS/Neil Hepworth

    Smart Meter Garden – Designed by Matthew Childs, built by Belderbos Landscapes, sponsored by Smart Energy GB. 

    © RHS/Neil Hepworth

    Stop and Pause Garden – Designed by Dave Green, built by PC Landscapes. 

    © RHS/ Tim Sandall

    The Cancer Research UK Pledge Pathway to Progress – Designed by Tom Simpson, built by Rosebank Landscaping, sponsored by Cancer Research UK.

    © RHS/ Neil Hepworth

    The Viking Cruises Lagom Garden – Designed by Will Williams, built by Burnham Landscaping, sponsored by Viking Cruises. 

    ©RHS/Neil Hepworth 

    SILVER-GILT MEDALS 

    Believe in Tomorrow – Designed by Seonaid Royall, built by Highgrove Landscaping.

    © RHS/ Tim Sandall 

    Calm Amidst Chaos – Designed by Joe Francis, built by Josh Jupp Landscapes, sponsored by MayTree. 

    ©RHS/Neil Hepworth 

    The Lower Barn Farm Outdoor Living Garden – Designed by Robert Grimstead, built by Lower Barn Farm, sponsored by Lower Barn Farm. 

    © RHS/Tim Sandall

    The Urban Pollinator Garden – Designed by Caitlin McLaughlin, built by Conway Landscapes, sponsored by Warner’s. 

    © RHS/ Tim Sandall 

    SILVER MEDALS 

    APL: A Place to Meet – Designed by Cherry Carmen, built by Kebur Landscape Division, Sponsored by The APL, Kebur Garden Materials, LandscapePlus, Garden House Design. 

    © RHS/ Neil Hepworth

    Crest Nicholoson Livewell Garden – Designed by Aleksandra Bartczak, built by Bespoke Outdoor Spaces and Writtle University College, sponsored by Crest Nicholson. 

    ©RHS/ Neil Hepworth 

    The Dream of The Indianos – Designed by Rose McMonigall, built by Laurence Ward, sponsored by Turismo de Galicia, The Spanish Tourist Office. 

    ©RHS/ Neil Hepworth. 

    The Naturecraft Garden – Designed by Pollyanna Wilkinson, built by Burnham Landscaping, sponsored by Belvoir Fruit Farms. 

    © RHS/ Joanna Kossak

    Through your Eyes – Designed by Lawrence Roberts and William Roobrouck, built by Elements Garden Design, Shrub and Stone. 

    © RHS/ Neil Hepworth 

    Year of the Green Action – Designed by Helen J Rosevear and Jane Stoneham, built by Cotswold Estates and Gardens Ltd, sponsored by Defra and Sensory Trust. 

    ©RHS/ Neil Hepworth. 

    BRONZE MEDALS

    On the Brink – Designed by Julian Carter and Lucy Vail, built by Plastic Oceans, sponsored by Plastic Oceans.

    ©RHS/Tim Sandall

    The Forest Will See You Now – Designed by Michelle Brandon, built by Landscaping Solutions Ltd. 

    © RHS/ Tim Sandall 

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