The Association of Professional Landscapers reveals shortlist for APL 2011 awards

APL vice-chair Mark Gregory said judges "agonised" to select the 26 shortlist for this year's awards which recognise exceptional British Landscaping.

Judges for this year's awards were Mark Gregory (Landform Consultants and APL vice-chair), Stuart Marler (TVG Landscapes), James Alexander-Sinclair, Chris Young from The Garden Magazine and Mark Wood of Bradstones, sponsors of the event.

APL vice-chair Gregory said: "We had a very tough decision on our hands. Often there will be one or two entries that really stand out but this year there were more than a handful that were outstanding. We agonised long and hard."

The winners will be announced on 10 February at London’s Kensington Roof Gardens.

The shortlist:

Mark Wright Landscapes
Outdoor Creations
Landspace Design
The Millbrook Garden company
Vandenberg-Hider Landscape
Woodbridge Landscapes
Country Landscapes Ltd
Holland Landscapes
Redcliffe Gardeners
Silvas Gardens LLP
Garden Art Designs
Original Landscapes Ltd
Upcher & Co Ltd
RG Landscape & Construction
The Garden Builder
Arun Landscapes Ltd
The Gardenmakers
Hillier Landscapes
Tendercare Nurseries Ltd
Hambrook Landscapes
The Garden Builder
Naio Environmental Ltd
Gardens of Reflection Ltd
Haywood Landscapes Ltd
Strong Landscapes
Keyscape Design & Contruction Ltd

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