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Once you have viewed and chosen your favourite, please either click on the green text of the garden name or scroll to the bottom of the page and select your 2021 People's and vote!
Voting for this award closed on 31 July 2021 at 23:59 and winners were announced at the Awards ceremony on 15 October 2021.
Garden Club London, Principal Designer Tony Woods MSGD - BOROUGH - City Sanctuary
Space for children and dogs to run around and keeping the gardens sense of age and history but giving it a subtle update to reflect the clients love of fashion and colour.
ReardonSmith Landscape, Principal Designer Edward Freeman MSGD - Christchurch Gardens, Victoria, London
A restful neighbourhood green space where people enjoy spending time and naturally engage with others and to maximise biodiversity through diverse planting with extended flowering periods.
Stefano Marinaz MSGD - The Gatehouse
Linking the house to the garden, increasing privacy, improving the environmental value, increasing plant diversity and adding a wildflower meadow.
Gavin McWilliam MSGD & Andrew Wilson FSGD - Longwood
Subtle and relaxed planting, including areas of meadow with sizeable lawn space for family recreation and new terrace for entertaining.
Charlotte Rowe Garden Design, Principal Designer Charlotte Rowe MSGD - Oxfordshire Garden
Limiting the domestic gardens to around the new contemporary style house on a six acre site and maintaining the spectacular views while achieving a level of privacy.
Chloe Humphreys MSGD - The House in the Wild - Falkenberg
A sustainable and sensitive design with minimum impact on the local habit for a wild bush home that is adjacent to one of the most famous natural reserves in Kenya.
Alice Ferguson MSGD & Jamie Innes - Freemantle
A lush naturalistic and inviting space to look out on, transition through and be in with a framed view of balanced asymmetry viewed from the house.
Sara Jane Rothwell MSGD - Cholmeley Crescent
Practical family space incorporated in the top third of the garden, allowing plenty of remaining space to create a meandering journey, through layers of cascading plants, with places to stop and pause.
Ann Marie-Powell Gardens Ltd, Principal Designer Ann-Marie Powell MSGD - Shepherd's Cottage
Redesigned steeply sloping, ‘pie-shaped’ garden to make the most of a stunning panoramic view while creating a heightened English landscape for colourful interest and wildlife throughout the year.
Cassandra Crouch MSGD - Bell House
A contemporary courtyard garden leading from a new architectural extension connecting the levels between interior & exterior spaces and providing a view from the large picture window & sliding glass door
Charlotte Rowe Garden Design, Principal Designer Charlotte Rowe MSGD - Barnes Garden
Greening achieved using extensive planting and dining terrace at end of the garden to catch evening sun and seating terrace in midst of planting.
Ann-Marie Powell Gardens Ltd, Principal Designer Ann-Marie Powell MSGD - Sopwell House Cottonmill Spa Gardens
Spa gardens of unprecedented, internationally-informed excellence blending seamlessly with the new spa.
Stefano Marinaz MSGD - North London
Improved environmental value with seating area within the modern but informal garden surrounded by plants with textures and scent throughout the year and views back to the house.
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