Photos by Hansa Tangmanpoowadol, Josie Elias and John Cocks.
It's your last chance to enter the RHS Photographer of the Year competition 2013.
Now in its 17th year, RHS Photographer of the Year has served as a stage for many renowned photographers and iconic images and is regarded as one of the most prestigious garden photography competitions in the world. Last year the competition attracted over eight thousand entries from across the globe.
Amateur and professional photographers can submit images in six adult categories including seasons, wildlife and people in the garden as well as two categories specifically for under-18s. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each category from an overall prize fund of £5500. The competition is open until 1 November 2013.
Clive Nichols, judging panel chair, said: "Gardens and the natural world offer some of the most arresting, beautiful and challenging subjects a photographer could wish for. Winners of RHS Photographer of the Year really represent the gold standard of garden photography. I look forward to judging what I’m sure will be an equally strong crop of entries this year."
Josie Elias, winner of RHS Photographer of the Year 2012, said: "Winning the competition was a huge honour and seeing my photograph all over the national and international press was very, very exciting. It led on to a whole new world of possibilities and the prestige of the title has really helped my career. I would encourage anyone, professional or amateur, garden lover or novice to enter."
For more information and to enter now, take a look at the RHS website