Garden Retail awards judging completed

Ten judges adjudicated over more than 100 entries for the Garden Retail awards this week, finding an unprecedented level of quality among the entries.

Winners from Scott Stales and sponsor Westland celebrate at 2007's Garden Retail Awards
Winners from Scott Stales and sponsor Westland celebrate at 2007's Garden Retail Awards

Consultants Doug Stewart, Roger Crookes, Eve Tigwell and Neville Stein, planteria manager Chris Day, Amateur Gardening news editor Marc Rosenberg, Sun gardening correspondents Steve Bradley and Val Bradley, freelance garden writer and former Garden Retail and Horticulture Week editor Graham Clarke and Garden Retail business writer Leslie Kossoff were the judges.

Chair was Garden Retail editor Matthew Appleby.

Awards night is 12 November at Kensington Garden Hotel in London.

To attend, call or email Alessandra Zorzato on (020) 8267 4161


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