Previous winners of Elmia Garden Award – for garden product of the year

Turfquick, biodegradable textile - Winner 2019 

Elmia Garden Award 2019, goes to Turfquick - a biodegradable textile that facilitates and streamlines the sowing of grass.

- The Elmia Garden Award is an award that proves that we have done something good for the environment, the gardening industry and society. After 6 years of work and great ambitions, it´s finally giving results. I feel proud and happy about my persistence and the price is a proof that you can reach your dreams, says winner Håkan Isak Yilmaz.

 


 

Planting ring - winner 2017

Planting ring in concrete wins the 2017 Elmia Garden Award!

The 2017 Elmia Garden Award for the garden product of the year has gone to Design Björn Lidbrandt for his planting ring made of concrete. The product offers an effective solution to protect trees and bushes when robot lawnmowers cut the grass. The ring also becomes a stylish feature in the garden.

“The award is very important to me,” Lidbrandt says. “It is a confirmation that this is a good product and I hope it will also bring benefits thanks to the media attention the product is now receiving.”

Read more about the winner of the Elmia Garden Award 2017

 


 

Winner 2016: Recycled potting soil

 

Elmia Garden Award – Garden product of the year 2016 was 100 % recycled potting soil. Econova won Elmia Garden Award 2016 with Weibulls potting soil, that consists of organic residues from woods and gardens.

The jury for Elmia Garden Award 2016 consisted of Christina Säll, editor of of Hemträdgården gardening magazine, Simon Irvine, garden designer at Läckö Castle and Magnus Åström, creative director at Blink.


 

Winner 2015: Microgarden

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In 2015 Elmia Garden Award for garden product of the year was appointed for the tenth time. Urbanero was this year's winner with their MicroGarden, a flexible alternative to pallet collars for growing vegetables and flowers.

The jury for Elmia Garden Award 2015 consisted of Christina Säll, editor of of Hemträdgården gardening magazine, Simon Irvine, garden designer at Läckö Castle and Magnus Åström, creative director at Blink.