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This isn't the only award that the Cheshire company has won this summer, after receiving the five stars for its design and construction of trade stands at RHS Chelsea Flower Show and RHS Chatsworth House Flower Show.
Guides to creating fairy gardens, welly planters, leaf wands, a bug hotel and painted pebbles take inspiration from the RHS Back to Nature garden at this year's Chelsea Flower Show which was codesigned by the duchess.
RHS notified visitors first thing on Monday morning that the opening of the garden would be "temporarily delayed" due to an "unforeseen issue with the water supply".
RHS chief horticulturist Guy Barter explained the phenomenon: "After a period of cold, the flowers are coming out in a rush with the warming air, and on warm days in particular the scent drifts over the gardens.
Now in its fourth year, the RHS Greening Grey Britain scheme, supported by M&G Investments, is offering up to 50 intergenerational gardening projects across the UK PS500 worth of plants and materials as well as expert advice to help get their plans underway.
Tim Hollis, head of buying at the RHS, said sales of vegetable seed are outstripping those of flowers, with potatoes and courgettes topping the list, followed by onions, shallots, garlic, herbs and tomatoes.
The focus on creating a culture --based on social responsibility and fun--that is different from other law firms is a large part of RHS' success.
RHS, A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Christopher Brickell, ISBN 978-1405332965 (DK) BD19.500 for Gulf Weekly Book Club members.
HE countdown is on to this year's RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.
Over the years the RHS Flower Show Cardiff has blossomed into a key event in the city's calendar, bringing thousands of people to the capital.