The Royal Bank of Canada Garden was designed by Hugo Bugg and built by Landscape Associates & Himalayan Landscaping. The RHS judges awarded The Royal Bank of Canada Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The Jerusalem pines, Pinus halepensis provided a great backdrop to the garden.

The Royal Bank of Canada Garden was designed by Hugo Bugg and built by Landscape Associates & Himalayan Landscaping. The RHS judges awarded The Royal Bank of Canada Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The Jerusalem pines, Pinus halepensis provided a great backdrop to the garden.

Visitors can experience the Hive, which is beautifully lit up by 1,000 LED lights that pulse in time with the activity of the bees within a real bee hive at Kew, at Christmas at Kew 2016.

Visitors can experience the Hive, which is beautifully lit up by 1,000 LED lights that pulse in time with the activity of the bees within a real bee hive at Kew, at Christmas at Kew 2016.

Wolfgang Buttress' bee inspired Hive, is lit up by 1,000 LED lights that welcome visitors to this new installation at Kew. The Hive is pictured during Christmas at Kew 2016.

Wolfgang Buttress' bee inspired Hive, is lit up by 1,000 LED lights that welcome visitors to this new installation at Kew. The Hive is pictured during Christmas at Kew 2016.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was designed by John Everiss and built by Peter Gregory Landscapes, Andrew Loudon and Chilstone.  The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was designed by John Everiss and built by Peter Gregory Landscapes, Andrew Loudon and Chilstone. The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was voted the Best Artisan Garden, in the People's Choice Awards, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was voted the Best Artisan Garden, in the People's Choice Awards, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis. The sculptures of figures in the garden represent real people who have been affected by meningitis - the figures include depictions of a sufferer who lost his life, as well as those who have had their life changed by meningitis.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis. The sculptures of figures in the garden represent real people who have been affected by meningitis - the figures include depictions of a sufferer who lost his life, as well as those who have had their life changed by meningitis.

The Telegraph Garden featured boulders of limestone, which were naturally formed in the Jurassic era. This type of stone is rich in fossils, one of these boulders in The Telegraph Garden even features a large fossil of an ammonite.

The Telegraph Garden featured boulders of limestone, which were naturally formed in the Jurassic era. This type of stone is rich in fossils, one of these boulders in The Telegraph Garden even features a large fossil of an ammonite.

In his design for The Royal Bank of Canada Garden, Hugo Bugg celebrates water, not just as a commodity, but as a sacred entity for the world to savour, respect, celebrate and rejoice in. The triangles which feature predominantly in The Royal Bank of Canada Garden reflect the sacred geometry of water. All the geometry and all the mounds, have connections with one another, and with water.

In his design for The Royal Bank of Canada Garden, Hugo Bugg celebrates water, not just as a commodity, but as a sacred entity for the world to savour, respect, celebrate and rejoice in. The triangles which feature predominantly in The Royal Bank of Canada Garden reflect the sacred geometry of water. All the geometry and all the mounds, have connections with one another, and with water.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was designed by John Everiss and built by Peter Gregory Landscapes, Andrew Loudon and Chilstone. The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis.

The Meningitis Now Futures Garden was designed by John Everiss and built by Peter Gregory Landscapes, Andrew Loudon and Chilstone. The Meningitis Now Futures Garden celebrates 30 years of the charity Meningitis Now, the garden is inspired by the spirit, energy and positivity of the young people whose lives have been changed by Meningitis.

Andy Sturgeon pictured in The Telegraph Garden, which was awarded a Gold Medal and the coveted award of Best in Show, by the RHS judges, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

Andy Sturgeon pictured in The Telegraph Garden, which was awarded a Gold Medal and the coveted award of Best in Show, by the RHS judges, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

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