For its 100th year, Chelsea has, as usual, enlisted a host of top landscape and garden designers to create individual gardens.
These include the Brewin Dolphin Garden, this year designed by Robert Myers Associates:
And this effort for Homebase, designed by Adam Frost:
Alongside garden and landscape design, more traditional product and furniture design will also be represented, for example through this stand, designed by Tord Boontje in collaboration with sculptor Lucy Smith:
The stand has been designed as a gallery/garden concept, with low plinths to showcase work.
The whole space and plinths are covered with a green printed pattern, created by Studio Tord Boontje.
Meanwhile Cog Design has developed a series of panels which are being applied to a marquee within the Great Pavilion.
The panels feature images and information from the last 100 years of the Chelsea Flower Show, and use images from the archive of the Royal Horticultural Society, which organises the Chelsea Flower Show.
Also, for the first time this year, the RHS has worked with an artist to create a key installation.
Marc Quinn has created the Rush of Nature work, which will appear at the show before being auctioned off as part of the RHS Chelsea Centenary Appeal.
The installation, however, is being kept under wraps until the show kicks off…
The Chelsea Flower Show runs from 21-25 May at Royal Hospital Chelsea, London SW3.