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Martyn Wilson, Gold medal RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017

Styles: Conservation and restoration, Contemporary, Courtyards and small terraces, Minimalist, Park or public space, Wildflower, Wildlife

'Brownfield Metamorphosis' an abstract look at derelict or 'brownfield' sites and the naturalisation of such sites by plant species. Plant species include natives and non-natives species to emulate this process. Essentially a gravel garden with pockets of shade and moisture to mimic the mosaic of habitats that can occur. Included abstract steel sculpture and a seating area.

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Martyn Wilson

Martyn Wilson

About me
Professional Garden Designer working in Worcestershire, the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and beyond for private and commercial clients at any scale! Proud winner of 5 RHS medals including Gold at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show & RHS Malvern Spring Festival, recipient of RHS People's Choice Award and Gold & Silver Medals at BBC Gardeners' World Live.

Gardening expertise
Professional

Biggest gardening accomplishments
Winning a gold medal for the RAF100 Celebration Garden at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival and also gold medals at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and BBC Gardeners' World Live. Receiving a RHS People's Choice Award is a true honour because this is voted for by the public.

Biggest gardening frustrations
Gardening and garden design is so rewarding and I love my work my slight niggles are a general lack of consideration for wildlife and the natural environment. Heavy clay soil.......

The gardening project I am currently working on
We have a number of projects currently in design or being created including a really interesting natural style garden prone to a little flooding! Also a large garden with level changes with a cottage style. Two contemporary town sized gardens.

On the web
Twitter: @martynwilson11

Martyn Wilson's forum posts

Re: Hampton court 2017
Sun. 16th April 2017 11:55

I'm a professional!

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