I hadn't realized that you can bet on which garden will win at Chelsea. Perhaps I will have a flutter.
In an Olympic year, it looks as though Sarah Price, designer of the Olympic Garden, could win the Chelsea Flower Show for The Daily Telegraph.
William Hill offer 7/2 that the Daily Telegraph Garden wins best in show at the Chelsea Flower Show, making it the favourite ahead of the Brewin Dolphin Garden at 4/1 and the Quiet Time: DMZ Forbidden Garden, designed by last year's winner, at 9/2. With a hosepipe ban in effect, it may well be a low maintenance garden that scoops the honour and Joe Swift's Homebase Garden could be the ideal candidate at 11/2.
"Sarah Price is clearly flavour of the month and given her Olympic connection it would be no surprise to see her walk away with the gold prize at Chelsea," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.
Current odds with William Hill for the Winner of Best In Show at Chelsea Flower Show 2012
7/2 The Daily Telegraph Garden designed by Sarah Price
4/1 The Brewin Dolphin Garden designed by Cleve West
9/2 Quiet Time: DMZ Forbidden Garden designed by Jihae Hwang
11/2 The Homebase Garden designed by Joe Swift
7/1 Furzey Gardens designed by Chris Beardshaw
7/1 The M & G Garden designed by Andy Sturgeon
9/1 The Ripple Effect by World Vision designed by Flemons Warland Design Ltd
14/1 A Celebration of Caravanning designed by Jo Thompson
16/1 The Laurent Perrier Bicentenary Garden designed by Arne Maynard
20/1 The Arthritis Research UK Garden designed by Tom Hoblyn
25/1 Trailfinders Australian Garden presented by Fleming's
To keep up to date with the odds for the Chelsea Flower Show 2012 visit William Hill