Designed by Mark Gregory, the display brings Yorkshire to the heart of London by incorporating a canal lock built from reclaimed York stone, a lock keeper's cottage, authentic lock gates and a meadow.
York's acting royalty, Dame Judy Dench (top), visited in an aptly floral dress and the Bard of Barnsley, poet Ian McMillan (above), who wrote a poem about the garden, did some pensive pondering amid the tranquil scene.
Meanwhile, Harrogate's Jim Carter (Downton Abbey's Carson) and wife Imelda Staunton appeared ready to help out should an errant canal boat appear...
In pictures: Cable damage delays East Coast trains
If you're travelling on the East Coast Main Line this morning, this is the reason why you may well have been affected by long delays and slow progress:
Train company LNER has released this image of the damage caused to an overhead cable between Retford and Newark North Gate.
The damage means the southbound line of the East Coast Main Line is currently blocked.
Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and London trains are affected and may be cancelled or delayed by up to 60 minutes, according to National Rail Enquries.
The company says it doesn't know yet what caused the damage. Disruption is expected until 12:00.
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Yorkshire garden wins gold at Chelsea Flower Show
A garden celebrating Yorkshire's canals and industrial heritage has won a gold medal at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
The garden, by tourism organisation Welcome to Yorkshire and designed by Mark Gregory, features genuine canal lock gates donated by the Canal & River Trust.
It's the 10th time Welcome to Yorkshire has entered a garden at the famous Royal Horticultural Society competition and was described as its "most ambitious to date".
Reacting to the news, Welcome to Yorkshire said it was "amazing news" and that it was "over the moon".