A Claygate garden designer has added another accolade to her name after scooping a silver award at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

Selina Botham, of Glenavon Close, designed the Jordans Wildlife Garden, which showcased the cereal company’s commitment to the British countryside.

The garden, made up of hedges, trees, edible wild flowers, oats, fruit and nuts, acted as a natural larder to share as shelter for wildlife including birds, bees and butterflies.

Ms Botham, who has previously won gold and best in show for her creations, said: "I’m delighted to have won silver for The Jordans Wildlife Garden.

"The design manifests my own ongoing passion for wildlife whilst reflecting the commitment made by Jordans cereal farmers to dedicating a portion of their land to shelter small creatures.

"Gardens can be designed to work as practical and beautiful spaces for people whilst still being ideal for wildlife too."

Lee Smith, head of marketing at Jordans, said the company was thrilled to be presented with the silver award.

He said: "Enormous credit must go to Selina for bringing our ethos and vision to life in this truly spectacular display that perfectly encapsulates the beauty of the flourishing countryside."

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower show runs from July 8 to July 13.