Green fingered enthusiasts are invited to enter this year's Slough Horticultural Show on Saturday, August 17.

The show takes place at Lascelles Park, Slough from 11am to 5pm - offering a range of classes to enter covering everything from sunflowers to sweet peas, chrysanthemums to cactus.

Anyone with creative flair might like to try the flower arranging and pot plant classes.

The classes are open to all levels of competitors including individuals, flower and garden clubs. Floral art is also a class in the junior section of the show.

Cllr Natasa Pantelic, Slough Borough Council's cabinet member for health and wellbeing, said: “We are committed to creating an attractive environment for residents and visitors.

“It’s fantastic to see so many residents grow their own plants and flowers to make the borough look bright.

“The flower classes are a key part of the show and I look forward to seeing what residents have been growing in their gardens.”

Haley Baldwin, from Slough Allotment Federation, said: “Last year’s entries brought an assortment of colours to the judging marquee and showcased some hidden talents and we hope to see more this year on August 17.”