A water feature in the Telegraph garden. Says Sturgeon: "The garden is an imagined place, but nowhere in particular. I see it as a gently gardened part of a much wider natural landscape. It is rocky, there’s water and you can climb on it and hide in it... It is born out of my childhood experiences, but it also reflects how I want things to be for my kids."
Chelsea 2013 M Centenary Garden Exhibitor: M investments Designer: Roger Platts Designed to mark the Chelsea Flower Shows centenary, this garden evokes trends and themes from Chelsea gardens past and present. Shrubs popular when the show began in 1913 and classic British design elements are mixed with modern plant varieties. Picture: Martin Pope