Society of Garden Designers names awards finalists

A record 38 finalists have been announced in the main awards category for the Society of Garden Designers' annual awards.

SGD awards finalists. Images: Supplied*
SGD awards finalists. Images: Supplied*

Projects range from compact London courtyards to gardens for an historic British estate.

Finalists in the three Residential Garden categories and in the International, Public and Commercial Outdoor Space and Pocket Garden award categories will now be entered into the People's Choice Award, and will be competing for the Grand Award, sponsored by Home & Garden magazine.

The shortlisted projects are:

Ashfurlong Farm – Christine Parsons, Member of the Society of Garden Designers (MSGD)

Bowden House – Patricia Fox MSGD

Chelsea Courtyard – Stuart Craine MSGD

Church Path Cottage – Katherine Roper MSGD

Contemporary London Garden – Josh Ward

Costells Garden – Nigel Phillips FSGD

Courtyard in Islington – Charlotte Rowe MSGD

Eaton Hall – Arabella Lennox-Boyd MSGD

Fulham Courtyard Garden – Louise Cummins

Garden in Barnes – Charlotte Rowe MSGD

Greenwich Peninsula Gardens – Tom Hoblyn MSGD

Greenwood Theatre Pocket Park – Joe Swift MSGD

Hawkedon House – Chris Deakin MSGD

Hyde Vale – John Davies

Kent Farm House – Marian Boswall

Knightsbridge Roof Terrace – Patricia Fox MSGD

Les Canebiers – James Basson MSGD

Miro Garden – Keith Pocock MSGD

New Forest Garden – Helen Elks-Smith MSGD

Newton House – John Moreland FSGD (retired)

Puckeridge House – Emily Erlam

Regenerating Suburbia – Nadia Malarkey

Riverside – Joanna Midwinter

Roof Terrace for Entertaining – Katharina Niki

Rose Cottage – Juliet Sargeant MSGD

Secret Garden – Jo Thompson MSGD

St John & Elizabeth's Hospice Garden – Andrew Wilson FSGD & Gavin McWilliam

The Experimental Station – Emily Erlam

The Lancasters – John Wyer FSGD

The Raymond Blanc National Heritage Garden at Le Manoir – Anne Keenan MSGD

The West House – David Loy

Wednesday House – Patricia Fox MSGD

Finalists in the Student and Designing for Community Space Awards will be announced in Autumn.

*Image credits, left to right from top: James Basson MSGD, John Wyer FSGD (Photo: Allan Pollok-Morris), Keith Pocock MSGD (Photo: Stephen Woodhams), Thomas Hoblyn MSGD, Patricia Fox MSGD (Photo: Clive Nichols), Louise Cummins (Photo: Helen Fickling), Stuart Craine MSGD (Photo: Marianne Majerus), Emily Erlam (Photo: Peter Marlow), Charlotte Rowe MSGD (Photo: Marianne Majerus)


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