Our top 10 exhibitors at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

The Chelsea Flower Show, the world’s most prestigious flower show, is at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea from 19-23 May 2015. Here are our top ten gardens to visit in this year’s show.

Sentebale – Hope in Vulnerability
Designed by Matt Keightley
Inspired by Mamohato Children’s Centre in Lesotho, Prince Harry's charity Sentable will be exhibiting a garden for the second time. This year’s garden will be designed by Matt Keightley, who was behind the very popular "Hope on the Horizon" garden for Help For Heroes last year.

The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden
Designed by Chris Beardshaw
Morgan Stanley is making its debut as a Chelsea sponsor with a show garden designed by TV and radio regular Chris Beardshaw to mark the firm’s global Healthy Cities initiative. Starting with the finished design for a community garden in East London, the space is designed for the end user first and then modified for Chelsea.

Royal Bank of Canada Garden
Designed by Matthew Wilson
Gardening celebrity Matthew Wilson design this garden to highlight Royal Bank of Canada's Blue Water Project™, a worldwide programme that’s committed to encouraging the preservation of fresh water through a range of different initiatives.

The Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden
Designed by Dan Pearson
Garden designer Dan Pearson will be returning to the show for the first time in eleven years. Marking Chatsworth’s debut at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, this garden creates a beautiful representation of a small – less trodden – part of the 105 acre Chatsworth Garden.

Runnymede Surrey Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Garden
Designed by A Touch of France Garden Design
2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. The formal layout of this garden is evocative of the gardens of the medieval period with symmetry symbolises the new law and order of 1215.

The M&G Garden
Designed by Jo Thompson
Influenced by views of English countryside, this romantic garden represents a quintessentially British restorative retreat, features a two-storey oak-framed building inspired by Vita Sackville-West’s writing room at Sissinghurst.

Edo no Niwa - Edo Garden
Designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara
Last year's Gold Medal winner returns with his version of Japanese garden during Japanese Edo period.

The Brewin Dolphin Garden
Designed by Darren Hawkes Landscapes
This unique garden features more than 40,000 pieces of hand-cut slate that form the surface of the suspended platforms. The garden also features an underground stream that is glimpsed through well openings.

Dark Matter Garden for the National Schools’ Observatory
Designed by Howard Miller Design Ltd
Highly appropriate in the centenary year of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, this garden brings the mysteries of the Universe to Chelsea through innovative structures and planting and represents the effect of dark matter on light.

The Beauty of Islam with Al Barari Firm Management LLC
Designed by Kamelia Bin Zaal
One of the most exciting new exhibitors in Chelsea this year. The Beauty of Islam is a garden designed to be a sanctuary in which to both relax and feel inspired. Featuring plants including jasmine, rosemary and papyrus, the garden will give visitors the opportunity to explore the relationship between humankind and the earth, which is prominent in Islamic culture.