Some of your favourite celebrities
From the Hairy Bikers to Bill Bailey and the Countess of Wessex, a host of celebrities called in at the show. More famous faces appeared during the week in the talks theatres.
The Butterfly Dome
The tropical Butterfly Dome returned this year filled with thousands of exotic butterflies, surrounded by a wildflower meadow, accompanied by nectar-rich plants for our native butterflies and caterpillar food plants such as nettles, grasses and heather.
A Festival of Roses
Visitors enjoyed the scent and colour of hundreds of roses in bloom including the Rose of the Year.
Floral Design Studio
Florists from around the country created beautiful wildlife-themed exhibits in the Floral Design Studio. A swarm of giant bugs and beasties decorated with flowers were on show.
A new category in the gardens line-up this year, the Gardens for a Changing World showed ideas for future gardening.
The Floral Marquee, sponsored by Cathay Pacific, showcased a rainbow of colourful flowers and plants from top specialist nurseries and national collection holders.
Take a tour of the beautiful displays and plants - look inside the Floral Marquee
Family fun weekend
There was lots for children to do with our family activities, including a kids' cookery school, theatrical performances and practical gardening - up to two children under 16 years' of age got in free with a paying adult throughout the show.
Schools from the South East of England took ‘a walk on the wild side’ with their entries to the annual scarecrow competition. Well done to the winners – Bug Hotel by Great Kingshill C of E Combined School, High Wycombe – and runners- up Sunshine Scarecrow by RNIB Sunshine House School, Northwood and Ravenna, Queen of the Garden by Hampton Hill Junior School, Hampton, Middlesex. More than £2,333.19 was raised through public donations for the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.
The Urban Rain Garden
People's Choice Awards winner in the category for Best Conceptual and Garden for a Changing World, was designed by Rhiannon Williams. The garden was contemporary, elegant and interactive, designed to give viewers achievable ideas to harness and re-use rainwater.
Catch up with all of the latest news and information from the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017.