Selling Houses Australia landscaper, Charlie Albone, has won big at the Chelsea Flower Show for the second year in a row.
Charlie took home a Silver Gilt Medal for his lush Husqvarna Garden design, placing him among the best garden designers in the world.
"Winning consecutive silver gilt medals at the Chelsea Flower Show is a dream come true," Charlie said in a statement. "I am incredibly proud to represent Australia in an event of this calibre."
His winning garden was designed for a home in Melbourne, with a "busy, corporate couple in mind."
"The garden offers a space for inner-city dwellers to relax, reflect and retreat from the pressures and speed of modern living," the statement explained.
The garden features a water rill, which runs around the edges. It also contains bluestone cobbles and geometric patterns inspired by Melbourne's Federation Square.
While in Chelsea for the show, Charlie also had the chance to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry.
Charlie is the first Australian to compete in the show two years in a row.
Take a look at his garden design in the making: