Landscape 2019

Spring 2021

Pet Friendly Garden Space Competition

Pet Friendly Garden Competition

Pet Friendly Garden Competition



Congratulations to the winners of the LANDSCAPE 2019 Pet Friendly Garden Competition

For 2019, LANDSCAPE collaborated with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to introduce a new "Pet Friendly Garden Competition‟. This competition was the first step in encouraging the creation of a friendly, attractive and safe outdoor space for animals and to promote the importance of accommodating the needs of pets while making it a happy, enjoyable and enriching place.

Jack Sullivan won the Under 16s category to earn himself an exclusive VIP Family Tour of Battersea. Dominic Butler and Simone Kirkland won the Non-Professional and Professional categories respectively to gain £500 worth of HTA Garden Centre vouchers – well done to the winners!

Adam Frost, Garden Designer at Adam Frost Design and Television Presenter says:

“All of the entries were great, so much thought and imagination has gone into them! A lot of thought has gone into the planting plan, with colours that not only complement each other well but that will appeal to pets too.”

The Judges


Adam FrostGarden Designer at Adam Frost Design and Television Presenter


Katie MorganVolunteer Head Gardener at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home


Peter LaurieDeputy Chief Executive at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home


   ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, TV personality from Woolloomooloo, Australia

The Winners


Non-Professional Winner

The Companion Garden,
Dominic Butler

Dominic designed his garden to show that the needs of pet and owner can be balanced in a small urban space while considering the sensorial experience of pet and owner through landscaping and planting.

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The Companion Garden


Professional Winner

Pet Paradise Garden,
Simone Kirkland

Simone’s garden was designed to provide an environment for pets to play either by splashing in the water, climbing on or running under the bench or finding a place amongst the plants to sit and relax.

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Pet Paradise Garden