BALI members celebrate multiple RHS Hampton Court Flower Show medals

BALI contractors are celebrating two Gold medals, four Silver-Gilt Floras and two Silver Floras at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

The success follows roaring success at nearby RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May.

Landform Consultants achieved Gold in the Conceptual Gardens category with its construction of Desolation to Regeneration designed by Catherine MacDonald. In the Show Garden category there was a Silver Gilt Flora for Paul Martin’s Jardin du Gourmet and Silver Flora for the MacMillan Legacy garden designed by Rebecca Govier.

Outdoor Creations won Gold in the Low Cost Gardens category for Mid Century Modern, designed by Adele Ford and Susan Wilmott, and in the Conceptual Gardens category, Belderbos Landscapes were rewarded with a Silver Gilt Flora for the Clints & Grykes Garden, designed by Benedict Green, Graduate Landscapes achieved a Silver Flora for the Spirits of the Land garden designed by Mariko Naka.

Student designer Peter Reader, who won sponsorship from BALI Affiliate Provender Nurseries to take part at Hampton Court won the People’s Choice Award for his garden Four Corners as well as a Silver Gilt Flora medal.

BALI members also did well in The Summer Garden category. SRUC (Scotland’s Rural College) was awarded a Silver Gilt Flora for its Witches of Macbeth garden, designed by Jenna Stuart, and Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer received a Silver Gilt Flora for The Garden Pad, designed by Dan Bowyer.

BALI’s chief operations officer Wayne Grills commented: "I am delighted that the RHS judges have rewarded BALI members for their professional excellence and attention to detail and add my congratulations to the other plaudits they have undoubtedly received.

"With such an impressive number of visitors, this year’s event will have been a wonderful showcase for those contractors and designers specialising in the residential market."

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