Copper is a predominant feature of The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden. This copper stair rail is etched with plant growth algorithms, and has been designed to represent an emerging seedling. In this photograph you can see something of the mathematical symbol for infinity, which forms the main structure for this garden's layout.

Copper is a predominant feature of The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden. This copper stair rail is etched with plant growth algorithms, and has been designed to represent an emerging seedling. In this photograph you can see something of the mathematical symbol for infinity, which forms the main structure for this garden's layout.

A closer look at the water feature in The Greening Grey Britain Garden, designed by Professor Nigel Dunnett, pictured at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017.

A closer look at the water feature in The Greening Grey Britain Garden, designed by Professor Nigel Dunnett, pictured at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017.

The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, the Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink.  The RHS judges awarded The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.  The copper water feature you see in this photograph was made by sculptor Giles Rayner.

The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, the Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The RHS judges awarded The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The copper water feature you see in this photograph was made by sculptor Giles Rayner.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana.  You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

During the spring, summer and autumn, inside The Waterlily House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, you'll find the Santa Cruz waterlily, also known by its botanical name of Victoria cruziana. You can see the beautiful pink flowers of Ipomoea mauritiana on the right hand side of this photograph, and in the hanging baskets, Nepanthes is flourishing.

Ozothamnus diosmifolius, Cistus × dansereaui 'Decumbens', Centaurea bella, Catananche caerulea 'Tizi n Test', Juncus effusus, and Sophora 'Little Baby' combine beautifully in The Telegraph Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon for The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The water in The Telegraph Garden represents a stream of melt water, which runs into the rock strewn gorge below.

Ozothamnus diosmifolius, Cistus × dansereaui 'Decumbens', Centaurea bella, Catananche caerulea 'Tizi n Test', Juncus effusus, and Sophora 'Little Baby' combine beautifully in The Telegraph Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon for The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The water in The Telegraph Garden represents a stream of melt water, which runs into the rock strewn gorge below.

The Cholmondeley Temple Garden in The Great Pavilion of The RHS Chelsea Flower Show featured a recreation of Cholmondeley Castle’s Temple Garden. This exhibit was sponsored by Mornflake.

The Cholmondeley Temple Garden in The Great Pavilion of The RHS Chelsea Flower Show featured a recreation of Cholmondeley Castle’s Temple Garden. This exhibit was sponsored by Mornflake.

The Telegraph Garden featured boulders of limestone, which were naturally formed in the Jurassic era. This type of stone is rich in fossils, one of these boulders in The Telegraph Garden even features a large fossil of an ammonite.

The Telegraph Garden featured boulders of limestone, which were naturally formed in the Jurassic era. This type of stone is rich in fossils, one of these boulders in The Telegraph Garden even features a large fossil of an ammonite.

The Telegraph Garden was designed by Andy Sturgeon and built by Crocus.  The RHS judges awarded The Telegraph Garden a Gold Medal and the coveted title of Best in Show, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

The Telegraph Garden was designed by Andy Sturgeon and built by Crocus. The RHS judges awarded The Telegraph Garden a Gold Medal and the coveted title of Best in Show, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, the Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink.  The RHS judges awarded The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, the Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The RHS judges awarded The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

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