RHS London 2019 – Linda Pitkin was awarded a Gold Medal for her exhibit  “British Native Aquatic and Waterside Plants”. Shirley Slocock was awarded a Gold Medal for her exhibit “British Seaweeds”.

RHS London 2017 – Shirley Slocock, Gold Medal for graphite exhibit – Plants found in “Wayside Tracks and Verge”,

RHS London 2016 – Carol Hartley, Silver Gilt Medal for “Euphorbia for Temperate Gardens”

RHS London 2015 – Leigh Ann Gale, Silver Medal for “The Diversity of Clematis”.

RHS London 2014 – Penny Price, Silver Gilt Medal for “The Life-history of Castanospermum australe , Moreton Bay Chestnut Tree”.

RHS London 2010 – Celia Crampton, Gold Medal for “Magnolia Fruits”.

Previous RHS  Medal Winners,  include Annie Patterson, Beth Phillip, and others.

Several Members have achieved other accolades and several have had pictures purchased by Shirley Sherwood and The Hunt Gallery.

Members have exhibited Worldwide, including Africa, USA, Australia etc.

Includes an Annual  Exhibition of Selected Paintings from the Palace’s Florilegium Archive, In The King’s Orangery.

The 12 Archive pictures are chosen to match the Florimania theme each year.

Shirley Slocock and Linda Pitkin, Gold Medal Winners at RHS Exhibition 2019 (see Exhibition and Awards Page). To be arranged for 2021.

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Shirley Slocock has been awarded a Gold medal, for her pencil work exhibit entitled “Wayside Tracks and Verges”, at the RHS Botanical Art Show 2017.

Carol Hartley exhibited with the RHS in London in February 2016 and was delighted to receive a Silver-Gilt Medal for her entry on Euphorbia for Temperate Gardens.

HCPFS were invited by the President of the RHS to mount an extensive exhibition of the archive alongside the medal entries.