It won the Best Garden for Health and/or Well-being category, was joint winner of the Best Unusual Planter Creation section and came second in the Best Jubilee Creation or Display class.
Whitehill town mayor Cllr Leeroy Scott visited the nursery at Wolfe Lodge in Farnham Road on the morning of August 10 to present the children with their rosettes and certificates.
Nursery manager Nadine Davies said: “The children were very excited and very proud of their gardening skills.
“We would like to thank the mayor for taking the time out of his busy day to come and visit the children, who absolutely loved it.
“I’m so proud of my nursery, the children and all the lovely ladies who work here with me.
“It was so much fun to be a part of this experience.
“We can’t wait for next year’s competition.”