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The Royal Horticultural Society's photography winners!

Do you like getting out in the garden and getting creative? The Royal Horticultural Society - RHS - has announced the 2021 winners of its annual photography competition. Gardeners of all ages from all over the world entered their best snaps and you can check out some of the winners here!
This drone shot by Oliver Dixon is called "Spring from the air" and it was taken from up above to appreciate the full beauty of the garden! Oliver won first place for Gardens and Overall Winner.
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-aerial-image-of-gardenOliver Dixon
This colourful creation was captured by Jack Sedgwick, who won the Under 11s and Overall Young category with this snap called "Fantasy Flowers".
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-under-11sJack Sedgwick
The competition was open to all ages and this photograph by Saptarshi Gayen won first place in the Under 18s category - its called "Phoenix".
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-under-18s-phoenixSaptarshi Gayen
Pigeons playing peek-a-boo. This photo was taken by Angela Rogers and it got top spot in the Welcoming Wildlife category. This pigeon looks at home in Angela's garden!
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-pigeon-peekingAngela Rogers
Tilan Weerasinghe proved gardening can happen indoors and out with this photograph named "Time with terrarium". It won first place in the indoor gardening spot. Looks like the cat might want to get involved in the gardening too!
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-indoor-gardeningTilan Weerasinghe
This photograph of a cactus won the first place in the Macro category - Debbie Armstrong took this prickly picture, watch out those spikes look sharp!
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-cactusDebbie Armstrong
Molly Hollman won first place in the Plants category for her photograph Nigella - what a beautiful flower!
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-plantsMolly Hollman
These pretty poppies took home first place in the Creative round and the photograph was entered by Guiseppe Bonali.
winning-photograph-rhs-annual-photographers-poppiesGuiseppe Bonali