Example 1 – RHS Show Cardiff 2012 Regeneration – A garden made largely from recycled products such as pallets, logs and slate and inspired by the shape of an unfurling fern frond to create a tranquil space to sit and enjoy the natural textures of wood, stone and plants and relax with the sound of trickling water.
*SILVER GILT MEDAL WINNER*
Example 2 – RHS Show 2008 Where Mountains Meet the Sea – A garden for ‘Visit Wales’ designed to show some of the elements that make up Wales’ stunning scenery – rugged mountains, water falls and sandy beaches.
*BRONZE MEDAL WINNER*
Example 3 – RHS Show 2005 The Outdoor Kitchen Living Room – Designed to show how a typical small rectangular plot can include space to meander amongst ornamental and edible plants, cook them and enjoy eating them.
Example 4 – Royal Welsh Show 2003 – A Show Garden to creatively display products by the sponser: particularly turf, decking, sleepers, arbour seats, gravel and plants. It also shows how to make the most of a long narrow plot using diagonal lines incorporating a deck, a gravel area, a lawn and grassed steps leading around the back of a raised pond with deep planting borders and tall plants used for screening.
*GOLD MEDAL WINNER*
Example 5 – Royal Welsh Show 2002 Topsy Turfy Garden – An attractive garden designed to show grass used in unusual ways and so incorporating a grass seat and grass spheres.
*GOLD MEDAL WINNER* and *BEST IN SHOW*
Example 6 – Show House Garden – Circles and curves soften this triangular shaped plot providing patio space, lawn and deep borders, the use of different levels including a built-in seat add interest.