Sedum Green Roofs from leading turf specialist Lindum have featured among this year’s Gold medal winners at Chelsea.   “Togenkyo – A Paradise on Earth” designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara and “Time to Reflect -The Homebase Garden”, designed by Adam Frost both received Gold medals.   “Togenkyo – A Paradise on Earth” was also awarded Best Artisan Garden.

Stephen Fell, Managing Director, Lindum said:  “It’s been another successful year for our specialist turf at Chelsea and I’m particularly thrilled to see Sedum Green Roofs featuring among the Gold medal winners.   Green Roofs have a significant role to play in Greening urban spaces and mitigating climate change, and these gardens showcase just what an amazing feature they can be.”

In addition to “Togenkyo “and “Time to Reflect” Lindum supplied a range of turf to medal winners:-


  • Nong Nooch Thailand, designed by Anders Lindstrom, using Grassfelt.

Silver – Gilt

  • Topiary Arts, designed by James Crebbin-Bailey, using Grassfelt.


  • “Le Tour de Yorkshire” – depicting the landscapes through which the Tour de France Grand Départ 2014 will pass in July, including wildflowers, designed by Alistair Baldwin.


  • “75 Years of The Roof Gardens in Kensington”: designed by David Lewis, using Grassfelt.


Lindum products also feature on Alan Titchmarsh’s display garden “From Moors to the Sea”.   The garden celebrates the 50th year of the RHS’s “Britain in Bloom” campaign as well as Alan’s 50 years in horticulture.   Starting in the Yorkshire Dales and ending at the sea, this stunning garden features Lindum’s Wildflower meadow turf.