Chelsea gold: Creating the perfect garden

Landscape designer Andy Sturgeon has been awarded his sixth gold medal at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show for his Arts & Crafts-inspired garden for sponsors M&G Investments. The garden incorporates natural materials such as copper, English oak and Purbeck stone. Key plants include peony Paeonia 'Claire de Lune', Trollius 'Cheddar' and Iris chrysographes 'Black Form'.

Take a tour around Andy's medal-winning garden and meet the team that helped make the Chelsea 'wow' factor possible, such as nurserymen Mark Straver and Robin Wallis from Hortus Loci and metalworkers from Guild Sculpture.

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Slideshow production by Hannah Briggs. Photos by Matt Bardo. Music by Minnie Ripperton, Donovan and Kings of Convenience. Publication date 25 May 2012.

See also:

Sights and sounds from Chelsea 2012

In pictures - Chelsea Flower Show 2012

BBC Two - 2012 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

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