The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Showopens its doors on 5 July and will see roughly 130,000 people attend over the five day period. The entire show spans over 34 acres, making it the world's biggest annual gardening show. Visitors to come and admire varieties of plants and flowers from orchids to Bonsai and runs until 10 July.

Hampton Court Flower Show
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Covering 34 acres, visitors can enjoy the Show gardens, the Floral Marquee, Rose Marquee and plant pavilions. There are also a variety of talks, demonstrations and exhibits, which include Blackmore & Langdon, The Botanic Nursery, Fibrex Nurseries, Hardy's Cottage and Garden Plants. Highlights of this year include a butterfly dome, filled with thousands of exotic butterflies, along with the diverse range of show gardens such as Immerse, World Vision Garden and The Route of the Camellia.

IBTimesUK takes a look at some of the horticultural highlights of the show so far: