Gavin returns to Chelsea Flower Show

Diarmuid Gavin is designing for Harrods at the triangle site where he won most creative exhibit with the tallest ever garden at Chelsea (80ft), the seven storey Westland Magical Tower Garden in 2012.

The garden is "brilliant - everything you would expect from a Diarmuid Gavin garden" say those who have seen the design.

Gavin has previously designed a roof garden for Harrods in Knightsbridge, London this year.

Irish designer Gavin says former Harrods owner Mohamed Al-Fayed once shut the department store to host a party for Gavin.

Harrods had a 'fresh' small garden at Chelsea 2015 with a perfume theme, designed by Sheena Sheeks.

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