Homeless and disadvantaged people and prisoners around the country had cause to celebrate on Tuesday May 19 2009 when The Key garden won silver at the Chelsea Flower Show. The garden has been created by around 200 volunteers from across the country, most of whom are currently using homelessness services. People in six prisons have also joined in with the growing and planting. Rob Greenhill, a volunteer and service user at Watford New Hope Trust, said today: "It’s been a joy to produce the plants and see them integrated in such a beautiful display. The experience has improved my self esteem and I hope will help me gain regular work and stable accommodation."