Officially recognized as the Great Spring Show, the Chelsea Flower Show is a garden exhibition that takes place for five days during May and is held by the Royal Horticultural Society in the estate of the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Famous garden stylists, plant experts, florists, and nurseries gather each year to one of London’s most delightful and wealthy districts to display their pioneering garden plans and inspiring floral displays.
Walk across attractive, prized gardens, find uncommon flowers and plants, artistic floral paintings.
This year at the show you can study how donkeys help bring fresh water to societies all over the world at The Donkey Sanctuary: Donkeys Matter garden, or tour the initial Show Garden to be situated in the Great Pavilion. Gardening Will Save the World – a partnership amid IKEA and British designer Tom Dixon would permit guests inside the pavilion to tour two stages of gardening procedures, both customary and ultramodern, presenting what could be the future of urban gardening in our metropolises. You’ll be able to view a garden co-designed by the Duchess of Cambridge too.
The show draws around 150,000 guests every year, plus members of the Royal Family, RHS Chelsea Flower Show tickets typically sell out fast and need to be bought ahead of time, so make certain to reserve early.