All the best gardens and celebrity presenters from this year's RHS Hampton Court Flower Show...
Nothing spells summer in Britain like an RHS Flower Show and this week it’s Hampton Court Palace’s turn to introduce us to all things floral, as it celebrates it’s 25th birthday! Busting at the seams with exotic blooms, landscaping experts and lavish installations, it’s an annual sight to behold.
We popped along for a sneaky preview of the final preparations before this special anniversary exhibition opened its doors to the public today. Click through to see the most captivating gardens and your favourite television presenters behind-the-scenes…
We caught a sneaky pic of Gardener’s World presenter, Monty Don in-between filming.
Inspired by the traditional geometric architecture of 10th century Turkish Islamic gardens, this lavish landscape combines vibrant blooms with still waters to signify energy and excitement.
We stumbled across the lovely Linda Barker whilst admiring a colourful installation. The interior designer and television personality looked stunning in a floor-length floral dress.
This World Vision Garden is modelled on the breathtaking beauty of Cambodia. The translucent yellow rods represent the country’s famous rice paddy fields.
Welsh garden designer and former I’m A celebrity Get Me Out Of Here contestant David Emanuel, kindly posed with his ….
Part of the World Collection, this stunning garden is inspired by the ancient Buddhist ruins and wild rainforest blooms of Sri Lanka.
Gardening guru,Tony Smith tends to his fascinating Rolawn Turf Sculpture.
This garden was dedicated to the anniversary of the Battle Of Waterloo and featured a gentleman wearing the traditional British artillery uniform from 1815.
This tree was part of Scotty’s Little Soldiers garden, a project supporting bereaved British Armed Forces children. Throughout the day, young children wrote messages on yellow ribbons and attached them to the tree.
Comedian Jo Brand was also in the crowd admiring this year’s beautiful gardens.
Tranquil and relaxing Spirit of the Aegean garden represents turquoise waters and unspoiled islands of the med. Bright and vibrant blooms offer a taste of what you can expect from the tours and cruises to the Aegean hosted by Noble Caledonia.
Landscaper, Tony Smith designed this captivating maze as part of the Hampton Flower Show’s anniversary celebrations.