Cadogan wins Gold ‘London in Bloom’ Award

The gardening team at Cadogan has been honoured with a prestigious ‘London in Bloom’ Award for the high standard of Cadogan Place South Gardens, securing Gold for the second year running.

The gardening team at Cadogan has been honoured with a prestigious ‘London in Bloom’ Award for the high standard of Cadogan Place South Gardens, securing Gold for the second year running.

 

The Awards celebrate the efforts of London’s Boroughs, communities, businesses and individuals who make London a special place to live, work and visit. Entrants are assessed rigorously on their horticultural excellence by the London in Bloom team. Cadogan Place South Garden secured 181 points out of 200, marking an incredibly high standard.

 

Cadogan Place Gardens were originally developed by architect Henry Holland from 1777 as part of his vision for Hans Town. By the end of the 18th century, the South Garden was known as the London Botanic Garden and featured beautiful mulberry trees with a distinctive balance of traditionally British plants alongside more exotic companions – still thriving within the grounds today.

 

http://www.londoninbloom.co.uk/

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