THE RHS Chelsea Flower Show kicked off on May 24, with spectacular showcase opening for the public at the Chelsea Royal Hospital on May 25.
The day the public took to see the prestige gardens, the winners of this year's Chelsea Flower Show were also announced in the morning.
Who are the Chelsea Flower Show 2022 winners?
Winners at the Chelsea Flower Show receive either a gold, a silver-git, a silver or a bronze medal.
They are also split into several garden categories too, and of them is picked out as the best.
For the Show Gardens category, the following gardens received a Gold medal:
- MEDITE SMARTPLY Building the Future designed by Sarah Eberle and Landform Consultants
- The RNLI Garden designed by Chris Beardshaw
- Morris & Co. designed by Ruth Wilmot
- The Mind Garden designed by Andy Sturgeon
- A Rewilding Britain Landscape designed by Lulu Urquhart and Adam Hunt
- The Meta Garden: Growing the Future designed by Joe Perkins
A Rewilding Britain Landscape by Lulu Urquhart and Adam Hunt won the Best Show Garden.
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The garden shows a landscape in South West England, emphasising how creatures such as beavers help flourish and create a rich landscape.
Meanwhile, MEDITE SMARTPLY Building the Future by Landform Consultants won the Best Construction Award for Show Garden.
This garden highlighted the future of sustainable landscapes and buildings by using innovative wood-based panel products.
It included a waterfall and was inspired by natural vertical rock strata.
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The following gardens won Gold in the Sanctuary Gardens Category:
- The Place2Be Securing Tomorrow Garden designed by Jamie Butterworth
- Out of the Shadows designed by Kate Gould
- A Garden Sanctuary by Hamptons designed by Tony Woods
- The Boodles Travel Garden designed by Thomas Holbyn
The Out of the Shadows Garden by Kate Gould won both Best Sanctuary Garden and Best Construction Award of this category.
It is designed to feel like a spa with its tropical plants to create a private, calm and relaxing environment.
Inspired by the recent dark times, it creates a small space for people to socialise and revitalise their body and mind.
The Still Garden by Jane Porter not only won Gold, but also won Best Balcony & Container Garden.
It is inspired by Scotland and the plants that grow across the Highlands and Islands.
It use materials such as reclaimed Scottish whisky casks to promote reuse, repurposing and heritage crafts.
In the All About Plants category, these gardens took Gold home:
- The Core Arts Front Garden Revolution designed by Andy Smith-Williams
- The Wilderness Foundation UK Garden designed by Charlie Hawkes
The Wilderness Foundation UK Garden also won Best All About Plants Garden.
It is aimed at giving a meaningful interaction with nature and while places for a sense of awe and wonder.
It was inspired by plant communities in native Japanese forests.
In the Show Gardens category, the following gardens took home a Silver-gilt medal:
- The New Blue Peter Garden – Discover Soil designed by Juliet Sargent
- Hands Off Mangrove by Grow2Know designed by Tayshan Hayden-Smith and Danny Clarke
- Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station designed by Howard and Hugh Miller
The gardens that took Silver-gilt in the Sanctuary Gardens category were:
- Connected, by EXANTE designed by Taina Suonio
- The Body Shop Garden designed by Jennifer Hirsch
- Kingston Maurward The Space Within Garden designed by Michelle Brown
- The Plantman's Ice Garden designed by John Warland
The gardens to take home Silver-gilt in the Balcony Gardens category were:
- The Cirrus Garden designed by Jason Williams
- The Potting Balcony Garden sponsored by Viking and designed by William Murray
The Container Gardens that got a Silver-gilt medal were:
- The Enchanted Rain Garden designed by Bea Tann
- Wild Kitchen Garden designed by Ann Treneman
Finally, A Textile Garden for Fashion Revolution designed by Lottie Delamain took the Silver-gilt medal in the All About Plants category.
The Show Gardens that took home a Silver medal were:
- The RAF Benevolent Fund Garden designed by John Everiss
- The St Mungo's Putting Down Roots Garden designed by Cityscapes which include Darryl Moore and Adolfo Harrison
- The Perennial Garden 'With Love' designed by Richard Miers
- Brewin Dolphin Garden designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes
Meanwhile in the Sanctuary Gardens category, only two took silver which were:
- The SSAFA Garden, sponsored by CCLA and designed by Amanda Waring
- The Stitchers' Garden designed by Frederic Whyte
The Blue Garden designed by Tom Wilkes-Rios took silver for the Balcony Gardens category.
In the Container Gardens category, these two gardens took home the silver:
- A Mediterranean Reflection designed by Tanya K Wilson and Johanna Norlin
- Mandala, Meditation and Mindfulness Garden designed by Nikki Hollier
In the All About Plants category, the Mothers for Mothers Garden – 'This Too Shall Pass' designed by Pollyanna Wilkinson also took silver.
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A Swiss Sanctuary by Lilly Gomm won Bronze in the Sanctuary Gardens category.
Meanwhile, in the Balcony Gardens category, the bronze was given to Jay Day by Flock Party which involves Alison Orellana Malouf and Su-Yeon Angela Choi.
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