BBC Gardeners' World Live

16 – 19 June 2016


See who won awards at the 2015 RHS Flower Show Birmingham

Neil Sutcliffe's winning Lifestyle gardenCongratulations to all our award winners, especially to new Lifestyle Garden category winner Neil Sutcliffe, and Metamorphosis winner Lucinda Parish. Make sure you also check out the gold medal-winning garden by Paul Harris - one of the finalists in the RHS/BBC Great Chelsea Garden Challenge competition.

New for 2015: Best Lifestyle Garden - Neil Sutcliffe, Creative Roots. Neil's gold medal-winning garden offers plenty of opportunities for summer get-togethers, and al-fresco dining that means more than just barbecues. As the children get bigger, this garden once more becomes a place to entertain family and friends. With lots of clever inbuilt features such as a wood store, barbecue, seating and herb planters, the layout remains uncluttered despite offering plenty for garden visitors.

Best Metamorphosis Garden - Lucinda Parish, The Flow Garden. Designed to a realistic budget, with the average back garden in mind, Lucinda's suburban garden won a gold medal and brings together strong landscape design, striking planting and a water feature – all designed to sit well with modern architecture. The vistas and lines draw you in, inviting you to sit and daydream.

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Best Beautiful Border - Kareena Gardiner, of Brooksby Melton College. Celebrating the diverse nature and uses of steel, the planting in this border ranges from shiny silvery Astelia and artemesias to deep, rust-coloured Sanguisorba, bronze fennel and near-black cornflowers. Rusted steel shards provide unusual focal points.

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