Mark Gregory

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Mark Gregory is a multi award winning garden designer from West Cowick, Yorkshire. He has been in the horticultural and landscaping industry for about 35 years. [1] Mark was voted the most influential person in the landscape and garden design industry by his peers and beating his competition even house hold names and celebrity gardeners.he was given membership in July 2020 the become a fellow of the Landscape institute and is now a chartered landscape architect (FI) He completed his training in horticulture with the RHS at Wisley and also Askham Bryan Horticultural College. He has exhibited/designed at the RHS shows for many years being involved with 99 gardens at the Chelsea flower show.in total a 160 show gardens for the RHS across all its shows, making him the most medaled garden builder within the RHS He has achieved Gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show on five occasions and is a senior RHS Garden Assessor and Garden Judge. [2]

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References

  1. "The Designer - Chelsea | Welcome to Yorkshire". www.yorkshire.com. Retrieved 2020-05-23.
  2. Pritchard, Emma-Louise (2019-05-21). ""Sex up your weeds," says Chelsea designer Mark Gregory". Country Living. Retrieved 2020-05-23.