The Brewin Dolphin garden by Cleve West has won gold and best-in-show at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Cleve’s Main Avenue masterpiece highlighted the popularity of topiary, and aimed to showcase its potential use in gardens of all sizes.
TV gardener Joe Swift’s Homebase Teenage Cancer Trust plot – his first Chelsea attempt, won RHS gold, too.
Joe said he “couldn’t have wished for a better result”.
Another of the nine main avenue golds went to TV gardener Chris Beardshaw for his recreation of Furzey Gardens.
Former Home Front presenter Diarmuid Gavin, who won his first Chelsea gold last year, had to make do with silver-gilt for his Westland Magical Garden – an 84ft (26m) towering scaffold pyramid.