The horticulture event of the year - Chelsea Flower Show 2016 - is upon us this week. We are super excited to see this year's show gardens, new plants, and garden styling ideas.

Andy Sturgeon's Show Winning Garden for The Telegraph is inspired by the geological events that have shaped and moulded the World's landscape. We love the bronze structures that look like they have forced themselves up through the ground.

‘The Telegraph Garden’ designed by Andy Sturgeon

This Silver Gilt winning garden features gorgeous spires of white and purple planting set against a backdrop of evergreen hedging. The contemporary lines of garden, mixed with cottage-style planting is really effective. The perfect setting for a contemporary outdoor dining set like the Saigon Rustic Modular Dining Set.

We can't let a blog post about Chelsea go by without mentioning Diarmuid Gavin's show garden. Known for his show-stopping gardens, this time Gavin has taken the 'show' aspect to the next level, with a garden that literally puts on a performance for visitors every hour - complete with rotating trees, levitating flower boxes, and 'bobbing' box balls. It's definitely eccentric!

'The Harrods British Eccentrics Garden' designed by Diarmuid Gavin

Our product design team love this garden because they spend so much time in Vietnam, which is where LG Outdoor's Saigon Weave products are made. Inspired by the floating gardens in the silk-weaving regions of Cambodia and the Mekong River, the garden looks like you could dive right in for a lazy ride along the river.

'Viking Cruises Mekong Garden' designed by Sarah Eberle FSGD