I had a really lovely day earlier this week working with The English Garden magazine again to photograph the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. You may remember from last year that I have a background in garden photography, as my first job in the photography industry was at Garden World Images, and it was great to be asked back again to photograph for TEG again.
We were there on press day to capture all the stunning gardens, award-winning plants and products, and famous faces visiting the show. It's a busy day trying to get all the details but a lot of fun and full of inspiration - my own garden needs some series attention so hopefully the inspiration will stir me into action!
Here are some of my photographs from the day - I've kept it reasonably short and sweet here but you can see the full album here if you'd like, and do check out The English Garden's blog for the full story and all the latest news from Chelsea.
Best in Show - The Morgan Stanley Garden for the NSPCC, designed by Chris Beardshaw
The RHS Feel Good Garden, designed by Matt Keightley
The David Harber and Savills Garden, designed by Nic Howard
The Trailfinders South African Wine Estate, designed by Jonathan Snow
The M&G Garden, designed by Sarah Price
Welcome to Yorkshire, designed by Mark Gregory
Wuhan Water Garden, China, designed by Laurie Chetwood and Patrick Collins
The Prime Minister, Theresa May
VTB Capital Garden - Spirit of Cornwall, designed by Stuart Charles Towner
The Lemon Tree Trust Garden, designed by Tom Massey
LG Eco-City Garden, designed by Hay-Joung Hwang
The Wedgwood Garden, designed by Jo Thompson
Writer Caitlin Moran
The Pearlfisher Garden, designed by John Warland and Pearlfisher team
O-mo-te-na-shi no NIWA - The Hospitality Garden, designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara
The Embroidered Minds Epilepsy Garden, designed by Kati Crome
Plant of the year: Hydrangea Runaway Bride Snow White
Eryngium 'Blue Waves'
'Mini Monet', Kieron Williamson at the Hillier Garden
Ashwood Nurseries' hellebores
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