The garden that wasn’t: a ‘show feature’ rather than a show garden, ‘A Garden By Night’ is easy to miss as it isn’t in the show brochure and only a sign outside an otherwise unremarkable tent at the end of the main avenue of show gardens announces its existence.

But don’t miss it: it’s quite unlike anything I’ve ever seen at a flower show before.

Inside a tent, the blazing sun outside blacked out, you entered a twilight world of shadows where you fully expected bats to swoop through the dusk catching moths. And it elevated garden lighting to an art form: Neil Wilkins, glass sculptor, is a very, very talented man. Pure theatre.