Thousands of people are expected to flock to Derbyshire for the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Chatsworth Flower Show.
The five-day event - which got underway at the 1,000-acre Chatsworth Estate today - features breathtaking floral displays, including a river of 12,000 Cosmos, the Brewin Dolphin Installation and the RHS and BBC Gardeners’ Question Time Bloomin’ Healthy Garden.
In addition, the spectacle offers a range of exhibitors selling garden products, home textiles, gifts, furniture, clothing, art and more.
There is also a selection of talks and demonstrations by leading experts over the course of the show.
Liz Patterson, RHS Chatsworth Flower Show manager, said: “We can’t wait to welcome visitors to our second show.
“We have packed in lots of exciting new features alongside the aspects that proved so popular last year.
“We’ve got something for everyone to enjoy – gardeners of all levels of enthusiasm, food fans and families too.”
• You can buy tickets for the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show on the gate or from here.