The Kevock Garden Plants display at Chelsea Flower Show 2014
The bright orange and yellow coloured primulas are on the left, pinks and reds and purples on the right.
Cascading saxifrages were prominent in the rocky area.
As always, we had an area with many species of primulas, mainly from the Sinohimalayan region.
This hybrid Trillium was also a favourite.
Dactylorhiza 'Broomhill Beauty' was greatly admired.
Arisaema wilsonii was dramatic, especially when viewed from below, with light shining through ....
.... and Arisaema griffithii var. pradhanii added drama to a shady corner.
An easily grown plant with a very complicated name - Chiastophyllum oppositifolium - lined the cool central valley, and we were asked about it hundreds of times.
This new saxifraga, with dense spikes of white flowers and a spreading habit, was also the centre of attention.
Hybrid primulas with muted colours contrasted with the massed bright ones.
Primula ambita made its first public appearance.
Meconopsis punicea, as always, attracted a lot of attention, but the most frequently asked question was ....
.... what is that blue flower? A Himalayan blue poppy, Meconopsis, on this occasion a stand of 'Lingholm'.
Visitors kept us busy for 12 hours a day for 6 days,
although some of them didn't stay for long. Thanks to Linda of Waterside Nursery for this photo.
How does it all happen? Turn this heap of bits add pieces ....
.... into this.
Friends and family help; Margie and Bryan are old hands
and Kate is a new member of the family.
After one day the alpine part is well on the way to completion
Graham and Stella start on the mound of Meconopsis and primulas,
while Andy works on Arisaema and Paris,
so when the BBC come round, everything is ready.