RHS Hampton Court Flower Show People's Choice winners announced

Squire's Garden Centres 80th Anniversary garden has won the Show/Water/World/Conceptual/Capability Brown Gardens category, while Katie's Garden, the 'Cut Flower Garden' designed by Carolyn Dunster and Noemi Mercurelli has won the RHS People's Choice Award for the Summer & City Gardens category, both voted by the public.

Katie's Lympoedema Fund charity co-founder and best friend of Katie, Emma Maziak said: "From the moment I arrived at the show on Monday there was a buzz around the garden and there has been a palpable and growing sense of warmth, respect and appreciation for Katie's Garden ever since.  As a Fund we need to thank a lot of people but I'd just like to publicly thank all of our unpaid and tireless volunteers who have presented the garden to the public here at Hampton Court Palace."

Katie’s Lymphoedema Fund, in support of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, was set up to champion Lymphoedema in memory of Katie Wohlrab Oliver, who struggled with the condition and succumbed to cancer in 2001 aged just 35.

Squire's garden was designed by Catherine MacDonald and built by Landform Consultants. It also won a gold medal.

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