Coverage of the medals being handed out. Includes a one-minute silence.
Monty Don and Joe Swift talk to the designer who has won the Best Show Garden award.
Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift present as members of the royal family visit the show.
Capturing the buzz of the show's opening day as celebrities and VIPs descend on the show.
Monty Don and Joe Swift launch BBC2's celebrations at 2017's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A preview of the gardens and exhibits, before the event is officially open to visitors.
Lydia and Aydin from Northamptonshire need a low-allergen garden for their son.
Carol Klein visits Oxford Botanic garden to view their extensive collection.
Carole gives advice on how to properly care for houseplants.
The team help a mother of five in Basingstoke to declutter her disorganised garden.
Monty gets going on planting herbs in his new herb garden.
Jim and Carole begin their tomato trials, while George is in Banchory.
Chris continues development of the new rose garden, planted with every variety of rose.
Charlie and the brothers are challenged by an oddly shaped backyard with random levels.
Carol Klein visits another of her gardening heroes, Penelope Hobhouse.
Charlie and the brothers are challenged to come up with a design for a rural back garden.
Charlie and the brothers are tasked with transforming a long, thin garden in Northampton.
Charlie and the Rich brothers compete to design a £5,000 family garden in Southampton.
A couple in Watford who crave a space to remind them of their former garden in Africa.
Jim is planting a selection of swedes and turnips for later in the year.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £3,000 beach-themed garden.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £2,500 eco-friendly garden.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers tackle a bland garden in Northamptonshire.
Charlie and the brothers compete to design a £3,000 Ibiza-themed party garden.
Charlie and the Rich brothers compete to design an Italian garden for a couple in Fareham.
Joe Swift finds out how an interior designer has transformed her outdoor space.
Carole and Jim are both planting potatoes, and George is at Saughton Park.
Nick Bailey tackles an unpromising grass patch and gives tips on achieving a luscious lawn
Jim and George compare vegetable plots, while George is at a flower school in Edinburgh.
Monty gives his advice on the best apples and pears to grow in small spaces.
Carole checks on the plants she left out for winter.
Monty starts a new soft fruit garden and Frances visits a tropical garden in Barbados.
Jim checks on the progress of the overwintered veg.
Monty plans a revamped courtyard garden, and Nick explores the strange world of lichens.
Monty pots up dahlias for the year ahead, while Carol celebrates the daffodil.
Monty kicks off the series from Longmeadow as he shares his plans for the coming year.