Lewis Normand, Glendale Horticulture's head of garden design. has for a fourth year been working with the RHS Young Garden Designer of the year contestants in supplying their gardens at the show with UK grown plants.
Glendale supplied the winner Caitlin McLaughlin in her gold medal winning garden 'Nature and Nurture', as well as the two runners up in the competition.
Normand said: "The RHS Young Designer of the Year competition continues to grow and is an excellent example of the depth of talent in garden design across the UK. It is always a pleasure to work with the three young designers and it has been good to see a number of them develop into prominent designers in the industry over the last few years. The 2016 competition will, I'm sure, be no different and the considerable talents of Caitlin, Rob and Lilly are obvious to anyone who has worked with them, or have seen the gardens they created for the show."
The success at Tatton Park follows their contributions to RHS Chelsea Flower Show and more recently at RHS Hampton Court Palace Show where they supplied plants for Paul Hervey-Brookes' Gold medal winning Dogs Trust garden.