Organizers felt the 'Urban Gardens' category needed to be changed so 2012 brought the new 'Fresh Gardens' category which felt more young and innovate. QR codes featured on all stands and there was even a QR Code Garden.
Diarmuid Gavin continued to come up with completely bonkers but amazing ideas and this year he gave us the Westland Magical Garden - a pyramid made out of scaffolding with seven floors, which obviously looks better with Chelsea Pensioners all over it!
The DMZ Forbidden Garden was a brave political statement, featuring barbed wire fencing, from Korean designer Jihae Hwang about the Korean Demilitarized Zone and the nature sanctuary that now exists there.
Talking of fencing, Hilliers in the Great Pavilion created the Duel and the Crown and had the British Fencing Team pay them a visit.
Birmingham City Council had a fun display of the best of their city including a Mini, the bull from the Bullring Shopping Center, a canal barge and an oversized ring representing the Jewellery Quarter.
Joe Swift who usually presents for the BBC wasn't allowed to this year as he designed the Homebase Teenage Cancer Trust Garden. It was influenced by his local environment including the trees on his street and the railway bridges over his local canal. I saw him with his team and everyone was happy and proud of what they had achieved, and rightly so.
I do hope you enjoy clicking through the photos from the 2012 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. You can also see More Chelsea Flower Show Photos From Previous Years.