A gallery of the amazing photos entered in the RHS Photography Competition this year.
This amazing shot of a kingfisher in action is just one of the amazing photos entered in the RHS Photography Competition this year. Kyle's photo won second prize in the Young Photographer category.
This bouncing pup was papped by Gabija. The competition is run every year by the world's biggest gardening charity, the Royal Horticultural Society.
As you'd expect, photos of plants are accepted too. Kate's close-up of a leaf won third prize in the Young Photographer category.
Mateusz's photo of a starling scooped the top Young Photographer prize. Contest judge Chris Collins said: "Mateusz has created a work of great beauty."
Laura's photo is titled Pigeons Over My Garden and was highly commended in the competition.
Genna won the top prize for under-11s for her photo of colchicums. Chris Collins said: “These are tricky flowers to photograph in full sunshine, but she's succeeded brilliantly."
Raiyan gave his photo a very thought-provoking title: "Intelligence Without Ambition is a Bird Without Wings". He won second prize for under-11s.
Olivia's cactus earned her third prize for the under-11s.
This bright snap was taken by Rebekah and is called The Three Flowers. Carol Sheppard who organised the competition said: "The quality and technical competency of the photographs entered made it extremely difficult to choose an overall winner."