- 1 Gold Medal Nurseries at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
- 1.1 Fibrex Nurseries
- 1.2 Harts Nursery
- 1.3 Harperley Farm Hall Nurseries
- 1.4 Derbyshire Bonsai
- 1.5 Trewidden Nursery
- 1.6 David Austin Roses
- 1.7 Hampshire Carnivorous Plants
- 1.8 The National Dahlia Collection
- 1.9 Victorian Violas
- 1.10 Roualeyn Fuchsias
- 1.11 W. S. Warmenhoven
- 1.12 Every Picture Tells A Story
- 1.13 Hoyland Plant Centre
- 1.14 Hewitt-Cooper Carnivorous Plants
- 1.15 Brookfield Plants
- 1.16 Blackmore & Langdon
- 1.17 Southfield Nurseries
- 1.18 Avon Bulbs
- 1.19 Eagle Sweet Peas
- 1.20 Vacherot & Lecoufle
Gold Medal Nurseries at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
Here are some of the Gold Medal winning nurseries from The Royal Horticultural Society’s 2015 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show……….
Harperley Farm Hall Nurseries
David Austin Roses
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants
The National Dahlia Collection
W. S. Warmenhoven
Every Picture Tells A Story
Hoyland Plant Centre
Hewitt-Cooper Carnivorous Plants
Blackmore & Langdon
Eagle Sweet Peas
Vacherot & Lecoufle
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