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Be dazzled by colourful flowers, innovative garden designs and amazing horticultural exhibits at this prestigious flower show. And find out how else to soak up the atmosphere around Chelsea.

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show, sponsored by M&G Investments, runs from 21 to 25 May 2019 and will feature the very best that the gardening world has to offer.

See the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea transformed with stunning horticultural displays for the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

World-renowned garden designers, plant specialists, florists and nurseries come together every year to one of London's most charming and affluent neighborhoods to show off cutting-edge garden designs and inspirational floral exhibits.

Stroll through show-stopping and award-winning gardens. Discover rare flowers and plants, and creative floral artworks. Spot emerging gardening trends. And browse the horticultural products on sale, from gardening gadgets to sculptures and plants.

Learn how donkeys help bring clean water to communities around the world at The Donkey Sanctuary: Donkeys Matter garden, or explore the first Show Garden to be located in the Great Pavilion. Gardening Will Save The World - a collaboration between British designer Tom Dixon and IKEA will allow visitors inside the pavilion to explore two levels of gardening techniques, both traditional and futuristic, showing what could be the future of urban gardening in our cities. You'll be able to see a garden co-designed by the Duchess of Cambridge as well.

Inside the Great Pavilion

The Great Pavilion has long been the jewel in Chelsea’s crown, and 2019 looks to be no exception. With more than 80 exhibitors lining up to create dazzling displays, with many regular favourites returning to the show, alongside some exciting new faces.

For the first time in Chelsea’s history it will feature a judged Show Garden in the Great Pavilion. Sponsored by IKEA, Gardening Will Save the World is the brainchild of British designer, Tom Dixon. It will be a fully interactive garden, giving you the opportunity to walk through and see for yourself how we can provide sustainable, affordable and forward-thinking solutions to growing food at home and in the community. 

Tom’s design work was awarded an OBE by the Queen in 2000, with the internationally-acclaimed designer having designs that feature in permanent collections at the world’s most prestigious museums, including the V&A.

No stranger to the Chelsea Flower Show, David Austin Roses is celebrating its 50th appearance at the show. The family-owned business was started by David Austin who began breeding plants for a hobby as a teen. He has since gone on to create a collection of roses that are renowned across the world.

One particularly memorable bloom from recent years at Chelsea was the Dame Judi Dench rose, named after the acclaimed actress and presented at the show in 2017.

For more information about this years event or to purchase a ticket visit: RHS Chelsea Flower Show


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