Three gold medals, one Silver-Gilt and the coveted Best In Show award were awarded to Rolawn-supported gardens at Tatton Park Flower Show.
Paul Hervey-Brookes’ ‘Legacy Garden’ for Perennial – a charity dedicated to helping horticulturalists in need – won a Gold medal and also was awarded Best In Show. The garden was supplied with Rolawn Medallion® Turf as well as Rolawn Soil Improver as a planting medium.
Two further Gold medals and a Silver-Gilt were won by the three finalists in the RHS Young Designers of the Year competition. Gold went to both this year’s winner, Tamara Bridge for her ‘Sunset Garden’ and also to Kate Savill for her ‘Time is a Healer’ garden. A Silver-Gilt medal was awarded to Josh Chapman for his ‘Perfect Lawn’ garden. All three designers incorporated Rolawn’s Medallion Turf within the body of their gardens.
Rolawn’s Sales and Marketing Director, Jonathan Hill comments: ‘As ever, we’re very proud to be associated with such brilliant designers and each one of them thoroughly deserves this recognition for their hard work and dedication.’
Photograph - Paul Hervey-Brookes’ ‘Legacy Garden’ for Perennial