Landscaping success for Hertfordshire
based GardensforLife

Hertfordshire based GardensforLife have been commended for their quality landscaping work, at the annual Association of Professional Landscapers awards ceremony. This year’s sell-out event took place at the stunning Kensington Roof Gardens in London on Wednesday 14th March 2012.

The company based near Hatfield received the Commended award for their Fountain Garden which was in the Soft Landscaping category.

The judges commented: “We liked the garden because it shows nice planting combinations. The passion for horticulture came through in the scheme and the entry showed transformation of the garden fountain, the focal point of the project.

Commenting on their success, Antony Henn of GardensforLife said “This project is part of a very large garden that we are developing over the coming years. Its a real boost to our company to get this award and the team really loved being part of the day in London. They are all so uplifted by our win and are loving telling our clients!”

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BELOW: GardensforLife Team receiving their award can be obtained from the APL Media office.
Chair of the judging panel and APL, Mark Gregory said, “There were some exceptional entries this year and there were several that were outstanding. Many congratulations to GardensforLife for being Commended.”

The awards, sponsored by Bradstone, which celebrate their 16th anniversary this year, recognise and promote the very best in landscaping undertaken by APL members in categories that range from smaller projects to garden maintenance to contracts of over £100,000. The awards are a celebration of the high standards that have been achieved by members demonstrating the APL’s commitment to quality landscaping.

This year’s judging panel consisted of Mark Gregory (Landform Consultants), James Steele-Sargent (Arun Landscapes), Adam Frost (Adam Frost Designs), Jo Thompson (Jo Thompson Designs) and Jason Lock (DeakinLock Garden Design).
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Award winning Garden