Frogheath Landscapes wins again at The Association of Professional Landscapers Awards 2019
It is that time of year again, when landscaping companies start the big build up for Chelsea Flower Show. However, local company Frogheath Landscapes, based in Burwash Weald, still found time to scoop up some more awards. They repeated last year’s success at the Association of Professional Landscapers National Awards 2019, when they won 3 Golds and a Silver at The Brewery in London on Friday 15th March.
Stephen Moody, Director of Frogheath Landscapes commented: “Well done to our highly skilled teams who are experienced in transforming outdoor spaces in rural, urban and coastal areas. It’s really great for team moral that gardens they have built locally appear in national competitions and are successful.
“Judged by our peers on the basis of design, quality and ability to deliver value for money, three of the winning gardens were designed by Mayfield-based garden designer Tina Vallis. The gardens appeared in Project value under £20,000, Project value £35,000 – £60,000, Project Value £60,000 – £100,000 & Garden Feature showing that Frogheath can adapt to gardens of any size.”
Judges’ comments included ‘A beautiful feature that really added tranquillity to the space and a lovely enhancement to the area’, ‘A quality finish in a contemporary garden’, ‘Very nice planting and pockets of interest’ and ‘This landscaping transformed the garden and we can understand why the client was over the moon with the result’.
Frogheath Landscapes at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 ‘Donkeys Matter’ Garden
When they aren’t collecting awards, Frogheath Landscapes are more likely to be found immersed in the construction for one of their many exciting projects. Currently they are building another artisan garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 called “Donkeys Matter”. This requires building in advance of the show and then transporting the structures to London, along with all of the plants. Designed by Williams and Prebensen Garden Designs, the ‘Donkeys Matter’ garden will use water as its central theme. The garden will demonstrate how owning a donkey means access to clean, fresh water for some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities in the world.
The Donkey Sanctuary was able to apply for a garden thanks to the generosity of a long-term supporter. The garden will act as a focal point to celebrate the charity’s 50th anniversary and to showcase its international work.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show runs from 21-25 May 2019.