11 Winning Photos From The International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 2018

They're all beautiful! But these are some of the winners of The International Garden Photographer of the Year - Competition 11. Gardens from all over - and in all seasons.
There are eleven main categories and numerous special awards in this world premier competition and exhibition which specializes in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography.

Check them out...


'Morning Mist and Mellow Fruitfulness' - Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire, Wales

Winner, The Bountiful Earth category | Photographer: Nigel McCall


"Cerrado Sunrise" - Alto Paraíso de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil

Overall Winner, Wildflower Landscapes category | Photographer: Marcio Cabral 



Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - London, England, UK

Winner, Captured at Kew category | Photographer: Zygmunt Szot



"Autumn in Padley Gorge" - Derbyshire, England, UK

Winner, Trees, Woods and Forests category | Photographer: Dave Fieldhouse



"Serendipity" - Tombstone territorial park, Yukon Territory, Canada

Winner, Breathing Spaces category | Photographer: Andrea Pozzi


The "Dahlia Walk in September" - Biddulph Grange, Staffordshire, England, UK

Commended - Beautiful Gardens category | Photographer: Joe Wainwright


"City Campus" - Hong Kong Island, China

 Winner, Greening the City category | Photographer: Annie Green-Armytage


"Mediterranean Dawn" - Corfu, Greece

European Garden Photography Award | Photographer: Marianne Majerus/MMG


"The Moon Gate" - Schlosspark Dennenlohe, Bavaria, Germany

Highly Commended - Beautiful Gardens category | Photographer: Annie Green-Armytage


"Devero" - Alpe Veglia and Alpe Devero Natural Park, Piedmont, Italy

Highly Commended - Breathing Spaces category | Photographer: Mauro Tronto


Springtime in Hermannshof" - Weinheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Awarded Beautiful Gardens category | Photographer: Volker Michael


Source(s): bbc | theguardian | igpoty

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