A work of art, a space saving solution, an armchair, a table… the Obelisk is all of this! It is an impressive, clever and original design piece for storing your garden/terrace furniture set in style.
Design: Acres Wild
A bold, simple and understated garden to provide a contemporary setting for a barn conversion and enhance its dramatic location.
Winner of the “Garden Design” category
Designers: Kevin Gleeson, Martyn Sergeant, Will Atkins, Martin Gane, Fiona Le Tissier, Tim Davies and Lesley Kingsley
A Cornish Oasis garden uses innovative planting and hard landscaping to convey an impression of the traditional Cornwall.
Designer: Jane Dickins
Saveurs de France conveys the spirit of French life. The planting is in a range of pinks to deep purple with dashes of vibrant yellows and startling vermilions. Key plants are lavender, fuchsia and pelargonium.
Designer: Dawn Compton
This garden aims to show how conifers can be used effectively with hardy perennials and bedding plants to provide interesting combinations of colour, shape and texture.
Designers: Penny Denoon & John Carmichael
The North East England Passion Garden is a celebration of the exuberant spirit of the north eastern people and of the region’s rich heritage, culture and diverse landscapes.
Designers: Sue Bradbury and Catherine Jago
In A Highland Retreat a stepping stone path, in soft heather hues and engraved with reminders of wonderful Scottish rivers, takes the visitor to a stone bothey, which is topped with native plants.
Designer: Kati Crome
In addition to demonstrating how unity and balance can be achieved in a small area, the garden also illustrates the huge diversity within the daisy family.
Designers: Diane Appleyard, Paul Ashton, Dawn Johnson, Simon Street, John Walker
This is a contemporary space to capture the spirit of York Gate Garden in Leeds. This garden has been named after the designer of the York Gate Garden, Robin Spencer.
Designer: Adam Woolcott & Jonathan Smith (A W Gardening Services)
The designers have created a garden surrounded by a flint wall, within which there is a cobbled path leading to a stone bench in a quiet corner under a yew tree.