Gardeners' World Live 2010: Medal winners

Carol Adams's A Stick in Time by Girlguiding Staffordshire won best in show. It celebrates the Girl Guides' centenary year and was one of three gardens to win gold.

Incredible India by Yvonne Matthews also picked up gold in the show garden category. Heather Appleton's Room for Nest Eggs took gold for small gardens.

The Road to Garden in aid of the Help for Heroes charity by Birmingham City Council and the World Cup to Town by David Domoney both took silver gilts.

Silver medals

- Back to Nature by Alan Gardener and children from Walmley Junior School (facade garden)

- The Ricola Herb Garden of Natural Refreshment by Chris Myers Design (show garden)

- An Urban Oasis by Halcyon Days Garden Design (show garden)

- Kieki by Linda Lunn (small garden)

- The Salad Bar by Melissa Jolly Garden Design (small garden)

- Alice in Biodiversity Land by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (show garden)

- The Guide Dogs Garden by Tracy Foster Garden Design (show garden)

- The Growing Fit Garden by Warwickshire College (facade garden)

- Urban Sanctuary by William Brett & Daniel Bere (small garden)

Bronze medals

- On Another Level by Bridgwater College (show garden)

- The Building Blocks of Life by Keith Price (facade garden)

- Simplicity by Pilton Designs (small garden).

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