A vintage year at RHS Chelsea

We post just a very few of some of the fantastic gardens at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, more to follow shortly with our review of this year’s iconic show, one of the best in the last few years. One could say it is ‘experience’ meets  ‘new kids on the block’ which  has brought a wonderful mix to the Chelsea show garden scene with young designers strutting their stuff alongside the distinguished designers who we have come to know and love. That mix has given us a fantastic Chelsea this year with the usual elegant and polished performance from designers such as Cleve West and Luciano Giubbilei (both Gold) and the up and coming young talent of the future in the shape of designers such as Hugo Bugg (Gold). So just to keep you on tenterhooks, here are just a few photographs of some of the gardens we particularly liked.

 

The ‘Topiarist Garden at West Green House (Silver-Gilt) designed by Marylyn Abbott.

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The Paradise Garden (Gold) designed by Cleve West

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The ‘DialAFlight Potter’s Garden’ (Gold) designed by Nature Redesigned.

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The ‘Help for Heroes’ Garden (Silver-Gilt) designed by Matthew Keightley

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The delightful Homebase garden (Gold) designed by Adam Frost.

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The wonderful Laurent-Perrier garden designed by Luciano Giubbilei (Gold) and winner of Best in Show.

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Mr Titchmarsh had a lovely day on his garden celebrating 50 Years of Britain in Bloom.

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The beautiful Togenkyo – A Paradise Garden (Gold) from the talented Ishihara Kazuyuki Design Laboratory.

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