Westland Horticulture takes Sword of Excellence at GIMA awards

The Garden Industry Manufacturers Association has awarded Westland its top Sword of Excellence honour for its Safelawn product, with Smart Garden Products named supplier of the year.

Briers won the Gardenex Export Achievement Award.  

Elho, Burgon & Ball, Hutton Garden and Landscaping Products, Hawkesmill Nurseries, Forest Garden, HTA, Fallen Fruits, and Gardman complete the winners list, presented at Celtic Manor on 17 July.

  • Garden Carewinner was all-in-one garden feed/weed SafeLawn 
  • Growing, Planting Equipment and Sundries winner was Elho b.v. – Elho Corsica Door Stopper.
  • Garden Tools, Machinery and Implements winner was Burgon & Ball - Ergo Deadheader.
  • Outdoor Leisure winner: Hutton Garden and Landscaping Products – Melrose Dining Set
  • Plants, Seeds and Bulbs winner: Hawkesmill Nurseries - Salvia Microphylla 'Jeremy' also known as Salvia 'Pink Lips'
  • Garden Landscaping winner: Forest Garden – Decibel Noise Reduction Panel
  • Garden Clothing & Gifts: HTA National Gift Card
  • Pet Care, Aquatics and Wild Bird Care Products: Fallen Fruits - Best for Birds Range
  • Garden Lighting, Water Features & Ornamentation: Smart Garden Products Limited – Eureka! Retro Solar Lightbulb
  • Best Point of Sale Material: Briers Ltd - Kids Range New Display Concept
  • Best Consumer Product Packaging: Westland Horticulture – Westland Safelawn
  • Best Marketing Communication Award: Gardman Ltd - The Royal British Legion Charity Campaign



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