Hampton Court 2013 highlights
Be inspired by this year's show gardens from around the world.
Hampton Court Palace flower show 2013
A view of the fountains at the Hampton Court Palace flower show.
Ashes to Ashes
This garden explores the parallel between ash die-back disease and Dutch Elm disease.
A place for reflection inspired by the death of garden photographer Emma Peios.
August 1963, I Have a Dream
Celebrating 50 years of progress in racial integration since Martin Luther King’s speech.
The McCarthy and Stone garden
Designed by Chris Beardshaw, this garden celebrates the wisdom of the older generation.
Jardin de Gourmet
This garden shows that growing your own produce can be stylish as well as tasty.
The Witches of Macbeth
Hubble bubble: this garden is an imaginative depiction of the witches’ home in Macbeth.
A Moveable Feast
This edible garden has been developed with a gardening group called the Army Wives.
The One Show garden
Competition winner Vicky Stothard’s design gives a child’s eye perspective on a garden.
A Valley garden
This pop-up garden is inspired by Japanese artificial hill gardens.
The Clints & Grykes garden (white one)
This garden is a conceptual abstraction of the quarrying of natural limestone pavements
A Room With a View
This garden uses recycled materials including railway sleepers, timbers, and steel.
Four Corners garden
This Persian style garden features Geometric lines softened by naturalistic planting.
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Coverage of the annual flower show.