HTA and APL members are showcasing garden and plant displays at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, taking place this week (4-9 July 2017), with many winning top awards at the show.

This year APL members are responsible for over 60% of the gardens being built at the Show and HTA members are present in the fantastic Floral Marquee. 

The awards are as follows:

GOLD and Best Construction in show award

Blind Veterans UK: Its all about Community Garden.

Built by Landform Consultants. Designed by Andrew Fisher Tomlin and Dan Bowyer.



Brownfield – Metamorphosis

Built by Keyscape Design and Construction. Designed by Martyn Wilson.



Turismo de Galicia: The Pazo’s Secret Garden

Built by Bowood Landscapes. Designed by Rose McMonigall.



On the edge: The Centre for Mental Health Garden.

Built by Benton Landscapes. Designed by Frederic Whyte.



Urban Rain Garden

Built by Landform Consultants. Sponsored by Squires Garden Centres and Landform Consultants. Designed by Rhiannon Williams.



Perennial Sanctuary Garden

Built by Landform Consultants. Designed by Tom Massey.



Not for Sale

Built by Hythe Garden Landscapes

Designed by Mark Whyte and Sharmayne Ferguson



HTA Members who have won medals in the Floral and Roses Marquees include:

GOLD and BEST ROSE EXHIBIT – David Austin Roses Ltd

GOLD – Burncoose Nurseries

GOLD –  Cooks Garden Centre

GOLD - Desert to Jungle

GOLD – Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants

SILVER-GILT - Fryer's Roses of the Blue Diamond Group

SILVER-GILT – Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants

SILVER-GILT - Hart Canna

SILVER-GILT – Peter Beales Roses

SILVER GILT – Seale Rose Garden



For more information on the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and to view the full list of award winners visit


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The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is the trade association for the UK garden industry. It helps its members to flourish by representing, promoting and developing the garden industry through their key values; collaboration, innovation, influence and integrity.

Its key roles include: provision of advice-based services such as business improvement schemes, briefings and helplines; training, conferences and events for members; market information and research; promotions such as the National Garden Gift Voucher scheme; and working closely with government and the media to influence policy and projects.


The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) represents landscapers who meet a required standard of professionalism. Members of the Association are registered with the government endorsed TrustMark Scheme They are regularly inspected and agree to follow a customer charter with clients. The APL is a specialist group of the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA), the trade association for the UK gardening industry, dedicated to helping develop the industry and its member businesses, including most garden centres and other garden retailers, growers, landscapers, manufacturers and service providers.


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