Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts attending this weeks Chelsea Flower Show may wish to check out some of the award winning gardens during their visit.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) organises the event and hands out gongs to the best displays each year, with the Daily Telegraphs entry scooping the show garden prize for 2010.
Meanwhile, Thrives effort was handed the award for best urban garden, with The Two Moors Festival being recognised as having the best courtyard garden.
Medwyns of Anglesey was given the prestigious Presidents Award, but attendees are likely to be most keen to see the Streptocarpus Harlequin Blue, which won the Chelsea 2010 Plant of the Year Award.
The show takes place from 08:00 BST until 20:00 each day until Saturday (May 29th), when it will end at 17:30.
However, attendees may wish to stick around from 16:00 on the final day, when many of the exhibitors will sell off their display goods.
Other RHS shows include BBC Gardeners World Live and the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.