Eight medals for BALI members at Hampton Court

BALI members won a total of two Gold, five Silver Gilt and one Bronze medal at this year's Hampton Court Flower Show.

Rolawn's Jonathan Hill, left, with BALI's Wayne Grills. Image: BALI
Rolawn's Jonathan Hill, left, with BALI's Wayne Grills. Image: BALI

Contractors Landform Consultants and The Outdoor Room were both awarded Gold for their respective gardens: the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism's Garden of Paradise, and The Macmillan Legacy Garden.

Sandstone Design, The Garden Builders, Capel Manor College and Living Landscapes received Silver Gilts for the Jacksons Fencing's Secret Garden Party, The World Vision Garden, the Foundations for Growth Garden, the City Twitchers garden and the Healing Urban Garden. And Harrington Porter Landscapes received a Bronze medal for The Scotty's Little Soldiers Garden.

BALI chief executive Wayne Grills commented: "I am very pleased to see so many BALI members involved with this year's event and offer my warmest congratulations to our medal winners. They have done themselves and BALI proud with their show gardens, which are a wonderful advertisement for the knowledge, skill and professionalism of BALI members."

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