Stunning Show Gardens designed and built by the most talented Australian & international designers will be on display in the Carlton Gardens for the duration of the 2019 Show. The landscape designers go head to head to win coveted awards in what is considered the largest and most significant gardening award ceremony in the Southern Hemisphere. The Show Garden Design Awards recognise excellence across landscape design.
Take a look back at the 2018 Designers & Show Garden :
Phil Withers – “The Welcome Garden”
Matt Ferris MPF Garden Company – “Urban Love”
Candeo Design – “Square 1”
Tree & Shrub Growers of Victoria – “Something Borrowed”
Ross Uebergang with Yousuke Yamaguchi – “Unity Garden”
Ben Hutchinson Landscapes – “Grow Together”
Eckersley Garden Architecture and Australian House & Garden – “Australian Case Study Garden”
Christian Jenkins Landscape Design Group & RnR Outdoor Living – “Finding Your Balance”
Ben Harris & Meg Geary – “Harmony”
Orisis – “Inspired by Time'”
Stem Landscape Architecture & Design – “Living Garden”
Councilor Beverley Pinder bestowed the title of most outstanding exhibit with the City of Melbourne Award of Excellence for Best in Show to ‘Australian Case Study Garden’designed by Eckersley Garden Architecture and Australian House & Garden.
Presented by the Honourable Minister Jaala Pulford, the first place for the Landscaping Victoria Boutique Gardens Award went to the ‘Patina Garden’ designed by Gerrad Evanson, Octopus Design, while RMIT’s emerging fashion designers were recognised for their floral couture ingenuity with the RMIT Student Floral Fashion Design Competitionawarded to Angus McCormack.
Presented by Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show Chairman, Glenn Fenton, the Gold Show Garden medalists are ‘Inspired by Time’ designed by Orisis and‘Australian Case Study Garden’ designed by Eckersley Garden Architecture and Australian House & Garden.
View the full list of 2018 Award Winners here.