The Sandringham Flower Show 2009 took place on Wednesday, 29 July, with royal guests HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Photographs by David Keller.
Revellers in the Royal Marquees browse the prize-winning flora. The show was the royal estate's 128th and around 20,000 visitors attended the event in west Norfolk.
Among the range of entries for the royal prizes were the public Courtyard Gardens and Show Gardens, where people could vote for their favourite in the People's Choice Award.
The Minden Band of the Queen's Division led the royal procession as they made their entrance to the showground shortly after 11am.
The Bolddog Lings Motorcycle Display Team provided some of the afternoon entertainment at Sandringham, as the daredevil motorcycle riders pushed their stunts to the limit.
There were a variety of animals on display at the flower show, including the rarest breed of horse in the UK - the Suffolk Punch.
The Help For Heroes garden was a focal point of the show and was specially designed for the 2009 event. The charity garden featured a Spartan armoured military vehicle surrounded by foliage as its centrepiece.
The Help For Heroes garden with poppies and trenches was designed by brothers Jody, Chris and Tim Lidgard who all served in the armed forces. The garden received a Large Gold Medal in the royal prizes.
It wasn't just flowers and motorbikes on show at Sandringham, arts and crafts were also on display including wood carvings and sculptures.
One of the public Show Gardens included this exotic beauty titled A Rooftop Oasis, which was designed by Ant Messent. Ant won the People's Choice Award at Sandringham in 2007.
The Duchess of Cornwall waves to the crowd as they honour the Royal Family's presence. Prince Charles and Camilla have followed in the Queen Mother's footsteps as regular attendees to the flower show.
Anne Harrap designed The Saltmarsh Garden to reflect the beauty of the iconic Norfolk landscape, with Norfolk lavender being used aplenty.
The Sandringham stately home is set in 60 acres of gardens in the centre of the 20,000 acre estate. Its annual flower show in the royal presence has raised more than £421,000 for charity since 1977.
Thousands of people browsed the hundreds of trade stands at the flower show, where many standard and some unusual garden ornaments could be bought by the public.
This Courtyard Garden using archways and horse sculptures was designed by Colin Scarborough and Gary Morrell specially for the Sandringham Flower Show.
The numerous flowerbeds at the show were awash with all colours of the rainbow, from traditional British flowers to the more exotic.