Naturally Tribal's creative director, Kate Davies, explains why she loves this time of year:
I love this time of the year. The start of the Chelsea Flower Show breathes new life and colour back into our gardens after a long monochrome winter.
The show stirs my blood and I get digging and planting in my garden with enthusiasm - goaded on by the glorious gardens being created in tiny spaces by designers.
My type of gardening is more enthusiastic than planned so I hurl myself into digging, slashing, dragging and - my favourite bit - planting. This means I end up with a bad back and rough hands. So this year I am being a bit more organised with my essential gardening kit.
A supply of tea and cake - for strength and hydration (and bait), a scarf wrapped around my back and tummy (for warmth and comfort when bending), my secateurs, a reference book or two - and most importantly - a pot of Yara Body Food, for protecting my hands.
I rub the Yara Body Food into my hands and around my nails before I start digging and planting, so if I forget my gloves my hands are protected and my nails clean easily. After working in the garden, I wash my hands and rub more of the deeply moisturising Yara Body Food into my hands and forearms (where they're scratched from rose-wrestling), this soothes and revitalises my skin.
Here's a tip I learnt from reading one of Edith Sitwell's gardening books. If you rub a thick moisturiser under your fingernails it will stop mud building up under them and protect your fingers and nails!