The grower supplied four truckloads of wildflower plants to five Hampton Court Gardens, one of which, the WWT garden, won best in show.
British Wildflower Plants' Jesse Timberlke said: "We grew, packed and shipped four truckloads of our plants to five different gardens at the RHS Hampton Flower Show. We are very proud that the gardens we supplied at the Hampton Court Flower Show this month have won a number of gold and silver medals, including the ‘Best Show Garden’ award.
"Many people think of native wildflowers as somehow less showy than exotics, but there is a growing understanding that using natives does not mean that a garden needs to look ‘messy’ and ‘overgrown’. This month at RHS Hampton Court our wildflowers were used for water gardens, a concept garden, and a contemporary city garden, showing that effective planting of native species can create any number of garden styles.
"This trend towards wilder and more naturalistic gardens is catching on, not just at the shows but throughout the country as well. This year we have seen our retail and trade revenues grow steadily, and are looking forward to another great year."