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Diarmuid Gavin ponders Chelsea garden

Added: 24 May 2012

In the first of the series, Mr Gavin talks about what Chelsea means to him and what it takes to create a garden at the world-famous flower show.

Watch the rest of the videos here

The 80ft Westland garden, titled 'A Wondrous Odyssey', was awarded a Silver-Gilt Flora medal and also received a special honour in the form of the Most Creative Show Garden prize, which hasn't been awarded to a garden in five years.

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