A husband and wife team have scooped a silver medal in this year’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Show at Tatton Park.
Harry and Astrid Levy are horticultural veterans at the show, having previously won the prestigious silver medal twice before in 2009 and 2012.
This year their idyllic garden display of three kinds of hydrangeas and a forest pansy tree which smells of candy floss in the autumn won over the judges to give Aughton Green Landscapes and The Big Pond company their hat-trick of awards.
Delighted with their achievement, designer Harry said: “We only had 13 days to construct the garden, which would normally take approximately 13 weeks.
“Some students from Myerscough College helped with the garden in their own time to gain experience.
“This is the 15th show garden we have built at Tatton.
“We get commissioned to design and construct gardens all over the country, but we prefer to do local work.
“We are both absolutely thrilled with the result.”
The show took place in Cheshire between July 22 and 26.
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