Pennard Plants and horticultural charity Roots and Shoots are collaborating for the third time for the Chelsea Flower Show.
They are creating a garden entitled The Glory of the Garden to celebrate the 150th anniversary of poet and novelist Rudyard Kipling's birth.
The Edwardian-style garden has been designed by Kew horticulturist and landscape architect Tony Danford. The garden will be planted on-site by Roots and Shoots students, all from a disadvantaged background.
The charity aims to equip them with social and educational skills though hard work. Rudyard Kipling himself said: "Such gardens are not made by singing 'Oh how beautiful!' and sitting in the shade."
Roots and Shoots director, Linda Philips, said: "This should really be the goodwill garden. It's built on many thousands of pounds of goodwill and generosity and very little money, £5,740 to be exact.
"Not your typical Chelsea garden for sure but it has been made by horticultural professionals who have put everything into creating something beautiful and memorable."
So get down to the Chelsea Flower Show, stand GPF/5, and see the amazing work.
For more information about the Roots and Shoots charity, head to the official website.