A garden designer from Claygate will create the first Jordans Cereals garden at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

Selina Botham has teamed up again with chainsaw artist Ella Fielding to create the Jordans Wildlife Garden, which will reflect a long term commitment to the British countryside.

From edible wild flowers, trees and hedges to oats, fruit and nuts, the garden promises to inspire gardeners and support British wildlife.

The garden will also showcase the importance of sustainability and protecting the British countryside to visitors and sculpted straw benches created by Spencer Jenkins will provide a place to sit back and enjoy the atmosphere.

Ms Botham has previously won gold and best in show for her creations at the prestigious show.

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show takes place from July 8 to July 13.

For more information, visit rhs.org.uk