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See Hampton Court on BBC2 with Monty Don and friends: Thurs 7 July (8-9pm) and Fri 8 July (7-8pm). Times subject to change
Congratulations to this year's winners of the People's Choice awards. Stockman's Retreat - World skills (Large garden) and Excuse me while I kiss the sky (small garden), topped this year's voting.
View video of all the gardens
View all Small Garden Awards (56kB pdf)
On the Sea by John Keats has been named the Best English Poet's Garden.
View all English Poet's Garden Awards (100kB pdf)
The Garlic Farm has won the award for Best Exhibit in the Grow Your Own Marquee.
View all Grow Your Own Marquee awards (17kB pdf)
I am, because of who we are, has been judged the Best Show Garden, winning the Tudor Rose Award.
View all Show Garden Awards (56kB pdf)
Landscape Obscured, designed by Dan Lobb, has been judged the Best Conceptual Garden.
View all Conceptual Garden Awards (56kB pdf)
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants has been judged the Best Exhibit in the RHS Floral Marquee.
View all awards in RHS Floral Marquee (28kB pdf)
Best Swinging Sixties Floral Exhibit is Canterbury College
View all awards in the Swinging Sixties Floristry section (16kB pdf)
Pococks Roses has been judged the Best Exhibit in A Wonderland of Roses.
View all awards in A Wonderland of Roses (15kB pdf)
Marshalls Malmaisons has been judged the Best Exhibit in the Plant Heritage Marquee.
View all awards in the Plant Heritage Marquee (18kB pdf)
Northbourne Park School, with The White Rabbit, won the Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures’ Scarecrow Competition, which was voted for by visitors to the show.
View all awards (19kB pdf)
Bishops Waltham Gardening Club won Best Inspiring Spaces award and was one of three gold medals awarded.
View all awards (15kB pdf)
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