This year’s Chelsea Flower Show, hosted in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, have revealed the winners of the Best Show garden and gold medals.
Chris Beardshaw’s Morgan Stanley Garden for the NSPCC has won gold and Best Show Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018.
The garden designed for the children’s charity portrays a child’s emotional transition from confused to a more tranquil open space.
Built by Structure Group, the garden is Beardshaw’s 37th show garden.
He won his first gold medal twenty years ago with a design called Dig For Britain.
Look through this gallery to see the full list of gold medal winners and their beautifully designed gardens.
You will also see the winners of the Space to Grow and Artisan Garden categories.
Judges awarded the Best Space to Grow accolade to the Urban Flow Garden, designed by Tony Woods and sponsored by Thames Water.
The Hospitality Garden – O-mo-te-na-shi no NIWA – designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara and sponsored by: G-Lion collected the Artisan Gold award.
This gallery offers a wealth of gardening inspiration for those with green-fingers.
Pictures also include, the Welcome to Yorkshire garden designed by Mark Gregory which picked up a gold medal and Best Construction award and the M&G garden,