UK: Medals haul for HTA members at Hampton Court

Members of the HTA have come out on top at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show with many winning medals for their floral displays.

Rose growers were celebrating in the Festival of Roses and Floristry tent as David Austin Roses scooped Gold and Best Rose Exhibit for their showcase of English Roses. Silver-Gilt medals also went to HTA members Harkness Roses, Apuldram Roses, Peter Beales Roses, Seale Nurseries and Style for their arrangements. Pococks Roses were also winners taking Silver medals for their display.

In the Plant Heritage Marquee, Dibleys Nurseries took home a Silver medal for their display of streptocarpus and saintpaulia.

In the Floral Marquee, Dibleys Nurseries, Fernatix, Fibrex Nurseries Ltd, Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants, Hippopottering Nursery, Hooksgreen Herbs, Jacques Amand International, Millais Nurseries and Southfield Nurseries all won Gold for their displays.

There were Silver-Gilt medals for HTA members Burncoose Nurseries, Cooks Garden Centre, Norfield Nurseries Ltd and The Botanic Nursery.

Winners list in full
David Austin Roses Ltd
Dibleys Nurseries (for three exhibits)
Fibrex Nurseries (for two exhibits)
Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants
Hippopottering Nursery
Hooksgreen Herbs
Jacques Amand International
Millais Nurseries
Southfield Nurseries

Apuldram Roses
Burncoose Nurseries
Cooks Garden Centre
Dibleys Nurseries
Harkness Roses
Northfield Nurseries Ltd
Peter Beales Roses
Seale Nurseries
Style Roses
The Botanic Nursery

Battlesbridge Mills Garden Centre
Blackmoor Nurseries
Hillview Hardy Plants
Priorswood Clematis
Pococks Roses

For more information
Horticultural Trades Association
Horticulture House
19 High Street
West Berkshire
T: +44 (0)118 930 3132
Fax: +44 (0)118 932 3453
NGGV: +44 (0)118 930 2092

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