The Chelsea Flower Show in Photos
See highlights from Flower magazine's visit to the famous Chelsea Flower Show, hosted by the Royal Horticulture Society on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea since 1913
Overseen by a white-blooming cherry tree, this garden in the Great Pavilion of the Chelsea Flower Show is planted informally with a rainbow of lupine and a mix of heuchera and other herbaceous perennials.
One of the beds in the Great Pavilion features the exotic and exquisite Himalayan blue poppy.
The late David Austin, renowned English rose breeder, was honored with a visual representation detailing highlights of his life in roses.
A small sampling of the vast array of blooms on view at the Chelsea Flower Show.
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge teamed with landscape architecture firm Davies White to create the Back to Nature Garden. The tree house was modeled after a bird’s nest.
A child descends the tree house steps.
Almost as celebrated as the actual Chelsea Flower Show are these bloom-festooned shops around Chelsea and Knightsbridge.
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Produced and written by Margot Shaw | Photography by Gavin Kingcome
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