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The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed the medal and award winners of the outstanding 2024 RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show in partnership with Saatchi Gallery (London).

The 2024 show exhibits exquisite botanical art and photography from around the world and explores a rich variety of subjects and themes. The world-class artists and photographers have been awarded RHS Gold, Silver-Gilt, Silver, and Bronze medals. A series of special awards; Best Botanical Artwork, Best Botanical Art Exhibit, Best Portfolio Photography Exhibit, and Judges Special Award, have also been presented.

All entries have been reviewed by an expert judging panel during the pre-selection process, prior to the show opening, and assessed on aesthetic appeal, scientific accuracy and technical skill.

The show is open from 14 June to the extended date of 28 July and tickets are available to book now. For the first time, the public had the opportunity to vote in The People’s Choice award for their favourite entry – with Botanical Art Exhibit going to Daleen Roodt for South African Orchids: Natural Scenes of Specialised Pollination Interactions; and Photography Exhibit awarded to Barry Webb for Revealing the Unseen World of Slime Moulds.

Special Awards 2024:

Best Botanical Artwork

Daleen Roodt for: Eulophia horsfallii & Dissotis princeps with carpenter bees (Xylocopa flavorufa)

Best Botanical Art Exhibit

Lynne Uptin for the exhibit: The Genus Richea: A Relic of Gondwana

Judges’ Special Award (Botanical Art)

Sunanda Verma Widel for the exhibit: Ornamental Bananas from Southeast Asia

Best Portfolio Photography Exhibit

Andrea Jones for the exhibit: Gardens Illuminated

Best Single Image

Christine Adams for: Earthly Paradise Garden II, Phoenix dactylifera

Judges’ Special Award (Photography)

Keith Surey for the exhibit: Botanical Harmony

RHS Medals 2024:

Botanical Art


Anne Hayes

Banksia Serrata

Betsy Rogers-Knox

Looking Over the Overlooked – The Forest Floor

Daleen Roodt

South African Orchids: Natural Scenes of Specialised Pollination Interactions

Amelia Grass

Overlooked: Wildflowers in the Restored Meadows of Glyntaff, South Wales

Hyunjin Cho

Succulents studied in stippling

Lynne Uptin

The Genus Richea: A Relic of Gondwana

Maria Lombardi

Tillandsia – Daughters of the Wind

Sandunmali Kulasekara

Medicinal Plants Native to the Desert

Sunanda Verma Widel

Ornamental Bananas from Southeast Asia

Toni Dade

Magnolia grandiflora: From Bud to Desiccated Seedpod

Yuko Saito

Three distinct groups of Celosia based on their structure


Hyojung Kim

Endangered Wild Plants of Korean Endemic Species

Giacomina Ferrillo


Rika Takanohashi

The life of the Japanese thistle (Cirsium japonicum)


Linda Pitkin

Native British Woodland Wildflowers

Yumi Ohara

Cherry Blossom: winter bud ~ seed

Masako Torii

Flowers & Butterflies of Suginami, Tokyo

Annie Chen

Woody plants in the Amazon rainforest

Ingrid Arthur

A Shetland Garden


Hyun Jung Kim

Roses of Ilsan Lake Park at Goyang City in Republic of Korea

Ann Saward

Sarracenia – Trumpet Pitcher Plants of North America

Claudia Lane

Celebrating the Spider Flower



Vanda Ralevska

High Tatras: Rising from the Ashes

Elaine Duigenan

Whole and In Part

Keith Surey

Botanical Harmony

Christine Adams

A Timeless Earthly Paradise Garden

Andrea Jones

Gardens Illuminated

Barry Webb

Revealing the Unseen World of Slime Moulds

Juliette Scott

Tulips – Never Too Old to Dance

Melanie Chalk

Cyanotype Magic in a Summer Garden


Michѐle Lazenby

Vessels of Light

John Shepherd

Images from the Species Malus domestica

Benn R. Storey

Garden Construct Series

Mark Lunn

The Wood Recyclers

Adam Cole

Urban Street Plants

Sheena Roberts

Hebridean Lichens

Anne MacIntyre

Anemones Behind The Scenes


Richard Milton-Worssell

Painshill Park, Surrey

Linda Gower

Pensthorpe Millennium Garden

Libby Ellis


The show is supported by Clive Christian Perfume who will showcase their expertise in Aroma Fusion technology.

Entry to the exhibition is £7/adult, £5/concession* or £17/family* or free for RHS and Saatchi Gallery members. Tickets available to book now:

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Press Preview: 13 June 10am-1pm
Winners announced: 13 June
Open to the public: 14 June – 28 July 2024
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday: 10AM – 6PM (last admission: 5.20PM)

Saatchi Gallery & RHS Members Go Free. Standard Tickets £7; Concessions* £5; Children Under 6* Free; Family ticket £17. *T&Cs Apply. Tickets available to book now:

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The RHS Botanical Art 2024 judging panel secretary is Charlotte Brooks, Art Curator at RHS Lindley Library and the RHS Photographic Competition judging panel secretary Claire Allnutt.

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) was founded in 1804 and is the UK’s largest gardening charity.

The RHS vision is to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place via its inspirational gardens and shows, science research and advisory, extensive library collections and far-reaching education and community programmes. With over 600,000 members the RHS also shares its horticultural knowledge and expertise with millions of people every year through its website and publications.

In 2021, the RHS launched its Sustainability Strategy, committing to be net positive for nature and people by 2030. The supporting RHS Planet-Friendly Gardening Campaign will continue to harness the power of the UK’s 30 million gardeners to help tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis.

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