Stunning pictures of garden scenes from all over the world
These are the finalists from the eighth International Garden Photographer of the Year competition.
There are several different categories to enter - this one by Andrzej Bochenski is called Hydrangeas in my Garden and came second in The Beauty of Plants category.
This photo was entered into the young category. It was taken by Barney Gibbons and he called it Motion Blur.
This was the picture that came first in the Bountiful earth category. It's called Safely Gathered in by Nigel Burkitt
This image was entered by Giampaulo Rico and it's called Rudbeckia Fusion.
Steve Nicholls took this picture and called it Pigeons in Flight. It came second in the Wildlife in Flight category.
This misty scene was captured by Marienne Majerus, she called it Tracery in the Mist.
This photo by Tom Gilks was entered into the Gardening in the City category, it's called Space Invaders.
This is the eighth International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. It's open to everyone, amateurs and professionals alike. Entries are welcome from any country in the world. this was taken by Alan Price.
This close up of leaves was taken by Jasmine Clegg and it was entered into the Young category. She called it Golden Leaves.
This one's by Sandy Furniss and it was taken in Scotland, it's called Reflection Loch Lubhair.
These four little chaps were captured on camera by Alan Price and it's called Swallow Chicks
This atmospheric scene was photographed by Paul Marcellini. It came second in the Trees, Woods and Forest category and it's called Illuminated Elder.
Rosanna Castrini took the winning picture called My Garden Prairie. A judge said: "We all love single plant portraits - but it is much more difficult to make a successful picture of many plants together... To me, this picture is as close to perfection as you can get."
Kassia Nowak took this photograph, it's called Morning in Bushy Park and it acme second in the category called Breathing Spaces.