RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is taking place this week (18 – 22 July) and HTA and APL members have been showcasing their skills in the floral marquee and gardens.
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 more information on the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park and to view the full list of award winners, visit https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/rhs-flower-show-tatton-park