The Magic Garden play garden was inspired by the rich history of the palace and described by judges as “truly magical” by the judging panel, who called the design “ambitious, innovative and cohesive” and said it was “full of surprises and fun.” The garden was also named best Public or Commercial Outdoor Space.
Keightley won the Judges’ Award, the Planting Award and, jointly with Ian Kitson, the Medium Residential Award for Tyre Hill House Garden.
Spanish designer Fernando Caruncho was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
In total 17 designers were presented with awards across 19 categories.
The full list of winners can be found here.
This year landscape designers, and landscape builders, can enter the new Horticulture Week Business Awards, which will be announced at a special event bringing together professionals from across horticulture. Winners’ achievements will also be shared with sister publication World Architecture News’s near one million social media following.
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