Designed by Mark Draper and sponsored by Readyhedge and Marshalls, the garden took one of only two gold medals alongside Mark Eveleigh's Recovery and Wellbeing Garden.
Draper's design was a "no-nonsense, practical garden, where the visually strong elements of soft lines and planting were key requirements."
RHS shows director Stephen Bennett said: "Amazingly despite the hard winter, the quality is better than we have ever had with more golds and silvers and fewer bronzes than we have ever had in the show gardens."
Five Gardens took Silver-Gilt Flora awards at the Malvern Spring Gardening Show including; Alison Miles with Avenue Landscapes, Barry Chambers, Foliation in conjunction with 3 Shires Garden Centre, GroundDesigns in association with Cambrian Heritage Railways and Otley College & UCS Otley.
The Floral Marquee was awash with celebration too, as 37 nurseries took home gold medals.
Fernatix was awarded a gold medal for its display after overcoming a difficult winter to get things ready.
Partner Kerry Robinson said: "It has been quite a struggle getting things ready for this show but we are pleased with the result. The standards have been very high in the marquee."