The largest flower festival in the world will return the Hampton Court Palace this summer.

The flower show is a celebration of summer where visitors will be able to see “fabulous florals, inspiring and thought-provoking gardens and diverse range of shopping opportunities.”

There will also be workshops and talks from Deliciously Ella, Madeline Shaw and BBC’s Greg Wallace.

Highlights at this year’s festival include:

• The New Lifestyle Gardens featuring four gardens designed by up and coming female designers will showcase how you can transform your outdoor space to create a garden you love.

• Discover the benefits of gardening, from Show Gardens showing how we can disconnect from the world and how gardening can be used to overcome a number of social and physical challenges.

• Find inspiration and ideas to get growing fruit and veg at home with the RHS Grow Your Own with The Raymond Blanc Gardening School

• Welcoming Iconic Horticultural Hero, Piet Oudolf will bring a display with a walk through feature to celebrate his planting style and achievements.

• The brand new Evolve: Through the Roots of Time feature will take you on a journey through the evolution of plants on earth

• Explore the different areas of Britain’s varied landscape and wildlife with BBC Countryfile’s Wildlife Garden

• More than 80 nurseries will bring together beautiful blooms in the Floral Marquee and Festival of Roses.

The festival will start on July 2 and last seven days. Tickets start from £19.50 for members and £22 for non-members and they can be bought on