SG Gardens Honoured with RCHS Awards
We are delighted to congratulate two individuals who have been received awards from the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society (RCHS) this week.
Lady Catherine Erskine, of Cambo House and Alistair Clark, Head Gardener at Portrack, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation were recognised by the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society.
Lady Catherine Erskine, of Cambo House, is a Scotland's Gardens Trustee and Cambo House has opened to raise money for our charities for almost 40 years. She was awarded the Sir Andrew Duncan Medal for her contribution to horticulture and gardening in Scotland.
Alistair Clark, Head Gardener at Portrack, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, was awarded the Certificate of Merit for his contribution to horticulture and gardening in Scotland. Portrack has opened for Scotland's Gardens for over 50 years and is our largest and most popular garden opening every year.
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A Scottish Horticultural Medal also went to Peter Baxter of Benmore. (Ian Potts a former Benmore gardener also received a Certificate of Merit – so a very good night for Benmore and very unusal to have two awards to the same garden.
Wendy and John Mattingley of Cluny House Gardens received the Queen Mother’s Memorial Medal)