Kate Durr and Dyofix happy at Malvern Spring Festival win
Kate Durr Wins with ‘Best Festival Garden’ with ‘Constrained Nature’
Kate Durr and Dyofix, as co-sponsors with country house hotel Whatley Manor, have worked together to produce ‘Constrained Nature’ the garden, in support of Ucare, an Oxfordshire based cancer charity for urology research and awareness of urological cancers.
We are thrilled that Kate Durr has not only managed to win a cherished Gold Medal at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival, but she also won the prestigious title of Best Festival Garden.
Congratulations also go to Emily Sharpe, Silver Gilt for her ‘Beating the Blues’ garden and to sisters, Caitlin and Tessa McLaughlin, for winning their Silver with The Genetic Conservation Garden.
We are very proud to have supplied DyoFix Pond Black to all the ladies above and hope to have more news about winning gardens following the flower shows at Hampton Court, Chelsea and others.