WYEVALE Garden Centres will be exhibiting at this year's prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show for the 12th year.

The inspirational Wyevale Topiary Garden, designed by award-winning Julie Toll for the third year running, aims to reflect the owner's love of the wild Yorkshire landscape and uses soft greens and a restrained use of colour to enhance the calm, reflective space.

A contemporary twist is added with the use of loosely clipped topiary and sculptural forms.

However, it is by no means a traditional topiary garden.

Shaped willows provide structure in the meadow, while a clipped mulberry tree shades the seat below.

There is an underlying theme of contradiction in this year's Wyevale garden, with the use of wild and cultivated plants, clipped and natural forms and both quarried and man made materials.

A vast range of plants are being incorporated into the design, including lily of the valley, sweet olive, cotton grass, Jacob's ladder and even the common dandelion.

Located on Sunflower Street, Wyevale is hoping the garden will win it its 9th Gold Award at Chelsea, which runs from May 20-23.