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In pictures: Chelsea Flower Show

The Hanover Quay Garden by Diarmuid Gavin Designs

TV gardener Diarmuid Gavin designed his Hanover Quay Garden for the 83rd annual flower show.

Kim Wilde

Popstar turned garden designer Kim Wilde in the Cumbrian Fellside garden she helped design.

Doves being released at the Imperial War Museum's commemorative Peace Garden

Beth Leeson, 10, from Wimbledon helped war veteran William Rose, art student Aimee Lax and Sir Terence Conran to release 60 white doves, to mark the end of World War Two.

Models Amelia (right) and Ali at the Chelsea Flower Show

Flowers were the inspiration for hats as well as gardens.

Gloria Hunniford with 'Caron Keating' rose

Presenter Gloria Hunniford launched the 'Caron Keating' rose, named after her daughter who died from breast cancer.

BBC film crew at Chelsea Flower Show

Despite a 24-hour strike by some journalists and technicians, one BBC crew was filming at Chelsea.

Dame Vera Lynn

Dame Vera Lynn helped to open the Chelsea Pensioners Garden with a song on Monday.

Southend-on-Sea display at Chelsea Flower Show

Seaside memories returned with the Southend-on-Sea flower bed display.

Sir John Mills' daughters Hayley (left) and Juliette

Sir John Mills' daughters Hayley and Juliette launched a rose named after the actor, who died aged 97 last month.


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