BALI members celebrate Chelsea success

BALI members at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show have been rewarded with a haul of six gold, three silver-gilt and three silver medals.
 
Willerby Landscapes achieved gold for the East Village Garden and the Brewin Dolphin Garden. Landform Consultants were also awarded two golds – for the Homebase Garden and the RBC Blue Water Roof Garden. The Garden Builders achieved a Silver-Gilt Flora for the SeeAbility Garden and The Outdoor Room and Bartholomew Landscaping were each awarded Silver Flora for ‘Stop the Spread’ and Stoke on Trent’s ‘Story of Transformation’ respectively.
 
Success in the Artisan Gardens came from J & S Scapes who were awarded a silver for the ‘Get Well Soon’ garden, and in the Fresh Gardens category, Peter Dowle achieved gold for the dramatic ‘After the Fire’ garden.
 
BALI Affiliate (supplier) members’ products included Quercus Fencing, who achieved gold for their joint exhibit in the RHS Environment section in the Great Pavilion ‘125 years of vegetable growing’.
 
BALI Training Providers Capel Manor College and Sparsholt College Winchester each achieved silver-gilt for their exhibits.
 
BALI chief operations officer Wayne Grills said: "Chelsea is a wonderful opportunity for our designers and contractors to showcase their work to prospective clients and for our affiliate members to demonstrate their products within the show gardens. This year’s event has been a great success for our members across the board and I congratulate every one of them on behalf of all BALI members who indirectly benefit."


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