Visitors to RHS Wisley will be able to discover a whole host of activities and plants linked to different continents this summer.
The venue is playing host to the Great Garden Adventure, sponsored by Witan Investment Trust, for a total of five weeks.
Each week will concentrate on a different continent.
From July 23 to 26, people will be able to listen to stories and tales from around Europe.
They will also be able to get their hands dirty as they sow and grow a pink-flowered silene and make a paper windmill to take on a picnic.
The activities from July 30 to August 2 will move to Africa.
Visitors will be invited to make a mini hand drum, join in a rhythmic music wokshop with Bassistry arts and sow and grow kalanchoe.
From August 6 to 9, the focus will be on the Americas, with people able tomake a carnival mask perfect for the Madi Gras in Rio de Janeiro.
People will also be able to join in with Latin rhythms during a Bassistry Arts music workshop, listen to tales and stroeis from the continent and sow and grow bright orange Eschscholzia – Californian poppies.
The next stop on this worldwide tour is Australasia from August 13 to 19.
There will be the opportunity to make an Aboriginal animal mask and flower flag, sow and grow hebe cuttings, listen to tales from down under and watch a birds of prey display.
Lastly, from August 20 to 31, visitors will be able to listen to tales and stories from Asia.
They will also have the chance to make a Chinese lantern and fan, as well as sow and grow coriander.
For more information on the Great Garden Adventure at RHS Wisley, visit www.rhs.org.uk/wisley