RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show is the most prestigious event of the horticultural calendar; with gardens designed by award winning garden designers and new plants, launched exclusively at the show, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show offers inspiration at every turn.

This year it was wonderful to see Dan Pearson back at Chelsea, his Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden won a Gold Medal and the much coveted award of Best In Show from the Royal Horticultural Society Judges.

Here’s a taster of some of the beautiful gardens, exhibits and plants that were proudly on display at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 sponsored by M&G Investments……

The Laurent Perrier Chatsworth Garden, designed by Dan Pearson, won a Gold Medal and Best In Show at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The Laurent Perrier Chatsworth Garden, designed by Dan Pearson, won a Gold Medal and Best In Show at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Dan Pearson in his Gold Medal winning, Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden, at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. This garden was awarded a Gold Medal and the much coveted Best In Show Award by the RHS Judges at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The garden was built by Crocus and sponsored by Champagne Laurent-Perrier.
Dan Pearson in his Gold Medal winning, Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden, at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. This garden was awarded a Gold Medal and the much coveted Best In Show Award by the RHS Judges at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The garden was built by Crocus and sponsored by Champagne Laurent-Perrier.
Irises were a particular feature of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, with many beautiful Iris plants featured in the Show Gardens and on display in the Floral Marquee.
Irises were a particular feature of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, with many beautiful Iris plants featured in the Show Gardens and on display in the Floral Marquee.
The Sentebale - Hope in Vulnerability Garden was voted as The People's Choice Best Show Garden by the public. The inspiration for this garden came from the Sentebale Mamohato Children's Centre, a brand new facility which opens this year in Lesotho in Southern Africa to help and support the vulnerable children of the area. It's hoped that this garden will raise awareness of HIV and help to erase the stigma surrounding HIV in adolescents, thereby making it easier for adolescent sufferers to access the help and support they need. The Sentebale Garden was designed by Matt Keightley, built by Rosebank and sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation.
The Sentebale – Hope in Vulnerability Garden was voted as The People’s Choice Best Show Garden by the public. The inspiration for this garden came from the Sentebale Mamohato Children’s Centre, a brand new facility which opens this year in Lesotho in Southern Africa to help and support the vulnerable children of the area. It’s hoped that this garden will raise awareness of HIV and help to erase the stigma surrounding HIV in adolescents, thereby making it easier for adolescent sufferers to access the help and support they need. The Sentebale Garden was designed by Matt Keightley, built by Rosebank and sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation.
The Sentebale - Hope in Vulnerability Garden was voted as The People's Choice Best Show Garden by the public. The Sentebale Garden was designed by Matt Keightley, built by Rosebank and sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation.
The Sentebale – Hope in Vulnerability Garden was voted as The People’s Choice Best Show Garden by the public. The Sentebale Garden was designed by Matt Keightley, built by Rosebank and sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation.
The Pure Land Foundation Garden was designed by Fernando Gonzalez Design, built by The Garden Builders and sponsored by Pure Land Foundation.
The Pure Land Foundation Garden was designed by Fernando Gonzalez Design, built by The Garden Builders and sponsored by Pure Land Foundation.
The Fragrance Garden from Harrods - Heart Notes, was designed by Sheena Seeks and built by Eden Landscape Projects Ltd.
The Fragrance Garden from Harrods – Heart Notes, was designed by Sheena Seeks and built by Eden Landscape Projects Ltd.
The Beauty of Islam with Al Barari Firm Management LLC was designed by Kamelia Bin Zaal. The Garden was built by The Outdoor Room.
The Beauty of Islam with Al Barari Firm Management LLC was designed by Kamelia Bin Zaal. The Garden was built by The Outdoor Room.
Incredible driftwood dragon and horse sculptures by James Doran-Webb.
Incredible driftwood dragon and horse sculptures by James Doran-Webb.
The Runnymede Surrey Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Garden, designed by A Touch of France Garden Design, built by Rupert's Landscapes and sponsored by Surrey County Council, Runnymede Hotel and Kier Group plc.
The Runnymede Surrey Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Garden, designed by A Touch of France Garden Design, built by Rupert’s Landscapes and sponsored by Surrey County Council, Runnymede Hotel and Kier Group plc.
The RHS 'Great Chelsea Garden Challenge' Garden was designed by Sean Murray. This Show garden was designed to demonstrate how front gardens can be designed to accommodate car parking, together with lots of planting and minimal hard landscaping, and still be an attractive feature in their own right, as well as including all the necessities for modern living. This garden is part of an initiative by the RHS to Get Greening Grey Britain - encouraging the country to use their front gardens for gardening as well as for parking spaces
The RHS ‘Great Chelsea Garden Challenge’ Garden was designed by Sean Murray. This Show garden was designed to demonstrate how front gardens can be designed to accommodate car parking, together with lots of planting and minimal hard landscaping, and still be an attractive feature in their own right, as well as including all the necessities for modern living. This garden is part of an initiative by the RHS to Get Greening Grey Britain – encouraging the country to use their front gardens for gardening as well as for parking spaces.
A close up of some of the planting in The Great Chelsea Challenge Garden, designed by Sean Murray
A close up of some of the planting in The Great Chelsea Challenge Garden, designed by Sean Murray.
Edo no Niwa - Edo Garden by Ishihara Kazuyuki Design Laboratory
The Edo no Niwa – Edo Garden by Ishihara Kazuyuki Design Laboratory won a Gold Medal in the Artisan category.
The Edo no Niwa - Edo Garden, designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara and built by Ishihara Kazuyuki Design Laboratory, won a Gold Medal in the Artisan category. The garden was sponsored by Cat's Co Ltd.
The Edo no Niwa – Edo Garden, designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara and built by Ishihara Kazuyuki Design Laboratory, won a Gold Medal in the Artisan category. The garden was sponsored by Cat’s Co Ltd.
A Trugmaker’s Garden by Future Climate Info, many of the plants have been replanted at a children’s hospice in Sussex.
A Trugmaker’s Garden by Future Climate Info. Many of the plants featured in this garden have now been replanted at a children’s hospice in Sussex.
The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden, designed by Chris Beardshaw
The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden, designed by Chris Beardshaw won a much deserved Gold Medal.  This garden has a real vibrancy, it feels fresh and inspiring, yet warm and inviting.
I loved the Olea europea, seen here in macro bonsai form in The Royal Bank of Canada Garden. The beautiful, sculptural, arching seating was hand made by Tom Raffield from steam bent ash in Cornwall.
I loved the Olea europea, seen here in macro bonsai form in The Royal Bank of Canada Garden. The beautiful, sculptural, arching seating was hand made by Tom Raffield from steam bent ash in Cornwall.
The Royal Bank of Canada Garden, designed by Matthew Wilson was built by Clifton Nurseries Ltd and sponsored by the Royal Bank of Canada.
The Royal Bank of Canada Garden, designed by Matthew Wilson was built by Clifton Nurseries Ltd and sponsored by the Royal Bank of Canada.
The Royal Bank of Canada Garden was designed by Matthew Wilson and built by Clifton Nurseries Ltd. The sculptural, curving, twisting seating was hand made by Tom Raffield from steam bent ash in Cornwall.
The Royal Bank of Canada Garden was designed by Matthew Wilson and built by Clifton Nurseries Ltd. The sculptural, curving, twisting seating was hand made by Tom Raffield from steam bent ash in Cornwall.
Auriculas with Simon Lockyer of W & S Lockyer
Simon Lockyer and his Florist Auriculas on the Gold Medal winning W & S Lockyer stand, inside the Floral Marquee.
The Time In Between, by Husqvarna & Gardena, designed by Charlie Albone
The Time In Between, by Husqvarna & Gardena, designed by Charlie Albone won a Silver-Gilt Medal.
Here's Walkers Bulbs Gold Medal winning, and absolutely stunning, daffodil exhibit.
Here’s Walkers Bulbs Gold Medal winning, and absolutely stunning, daffodil exhibit.
The World Vision Garden, designed by John Warland and built by Garden Builders attracted a lot of interest from visitors at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The World Vision Garden, designed by John Warland and built by Garden Builders attracted a lot of interest from visitors at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A close up of the Cactus planting in The World Vision Garden, designed by John Warland and built by Garden Builders.
A close up of the Cactus planting in The World Vision Garden, designed by John Warland and built by Garden Builders.
The M&G Garden was designed by Jo Thompson and built by S H Landscapes. This garden had a somewhat romantic, relaxing feel which I enjoyed.
The M&G Garden was designed by Jo Thompson and built by S H Landscapes. This garden had a somewhat romantic, relaxing feel which I enjoyed.
The M&G Garden was designed by Jo Thompson and built by S H Landscapes. The garden featured a swimming pond and a building inspired by Rita Sackville-West's writing room at Sissinghurst.
The M&G Garden was designed by Jo Thompson and built by S H Landscapes. The garden featured a swimming pond and a building inspired by Rita Sackville-West’s writing room at Sissinghurst.
The M&G Garden, designed by Jo Thompson, won a Silver Medal.
Brewer's Yard by Bestall & Co Landscape Design, with Welcome to Yorkshire
Brewer’s Yard by Bestall & Co Landscape Design, with Welcome to Yorkshire won a Silver Medal.  Here you can see Lee Bestall, the designer of this garden and Managing Director of Bestall & Co, being filmed by Yorkshire TV.
Brewer's Yard by Welcome to Yorkshire celebrates Yorkshire Breweries and features elements from modern and historical beer brewing throughout the garden. This garden was designed by Bestall & Co Landscape Design, and sponsored by Welcome to Yorkshire. The garden was built by Aire Valley Landscaping Service Ltd.
Brewer’s Yard by Welcome to Yorkshire celebrates Yorkshire Breweries and features elements from modern and historical beer brewing throughout the garden. This garden was designed by Bestall & Co Landscape Design, and sponsored by Welcome to Yorkshire. The garden was built by Aire Valley Landscaping Service Ltd.
The Breakthrough Breast Cancer Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Fresh Garden. This garden was designed by Ruth Willmott and built by Cube 1994, it's the first time that Breakthrough Breast Cancer have entered a garden at Chelsea. The water feature in this garden ripples every ten minutes to signify and represent the statistics of women diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. The sculpture is by Rick Kirby.
The Breakthrough Breast Cancer Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Fresh Garden.
The Breakthrough Breast Cancer Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Fresh Garden. This garden was designed by Ruth Willmott and built by Cube 1994. This is the first time that Breakthrough Breast Cancer have entered a garden at Chelsea Flower Show. The water feature in this garden ripples every ten minutes to signify and represent the statistics of women diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. The sculpture is by Rick Kirby.
The Breakthrough Breast Cancer Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Fresh Garden. This garden was designed by Ruth Willmott and built by Cube 1994. This is the first time that Breakthrough Breast Cancer have entered a garden at Chelsea Flower Show. The water feature in this garden ripples every ten minutes to signify and represent the statistics of women diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. The sculpture is by Rick Kirby.
A beautiful floral arrangement of sweet peas and roses from The Real Flower Company at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A beautiful floral arrangement of sweet peas and roses from The Real Flower Company at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
James Basson in his Gold Medal winning garden, 'A Perfumer's Garden in Grasse by L'Occitane', at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.
James Basson in his Gold Medal winning garden, ‘A Perfumer’s Garden in Grasse by L’Occitane’, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.
Kent Hardy Plant Society's beautiful exhibit in the Floral Marquee at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Kent Hardy Plant Society’s beautiful exhibit in the Floral Marquee at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Thinking of Peace by Lace Landscapes, designed by Tatyana Shynkarenko
Thinking of Peace by Lace Landscapes, designed by Tatyana Shynkarenko won a Silver Medal.
The Cloudy Bay Garden in association with Vital Earth, designed by Harry and David Rich
The Cloudy Bay Garden in association with Vital Earth, designed by Harry and David Rich won a Gold Medal.
The Dark Matter Garden for the National School's Observatory, designed by Howard Miller Design Ltd, won a Gold Medal and was judged to be the best Fresh Garden by the Royal Horticultural Society. This garden was sponsored by Science and Technology Facilities Council, Liverpool John Moores University, and Urbis Design.
The Dark Matter Garden for the National School’s Observatory, designed by Howard Miller Design Ltd, won a Gold Medal and was judged to be the best Fresh Garden by the Royal Horticultural Society. This garden was sponsored by Science and Technology Facilities Council, Liverpool John Moores University, and Urbis Design.
Home Personal Universe Garden by T's Garden Square, designed by Fuminari Todaka and built by T's Garden Square. The garden was sponsored by T's Garden Square, Taketo Shoten Co. Ltd, Cloben Co. Ltd, Humaruhachi Co. Ltd and Ito Shoji Co. Ltd.
Home Personal Universe Garden by T’s Garden Square, designed by Fuminari Todaka and built by T’s Garden Square. The garden was sponsored by T’s Garden Square, Taketo Shoten Co. Ltd, Cloben Co. Ltd, Humaruhachi Co. Ltd and Ito Shoji Co. Ltd.
Sculpture by Simon Gudgeon at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Sculpture by Simon Gudgeon at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Two Chelsea Pensioners looking very smart in their scarlet coats.
Two Chelsea Pensioners looking very smart in their scarlet coats.
The Evaders Garden by Chorley Council was designed by John Everiss, the garden was built by Andrew Loudon and John Everiss Design. The Evaders Garden was sponsored by Chorley Council.
The Evaders Garden by Chorley Council was designed by John Everiss, the garden was built by Andrew Loudon and John Everiss Design. The Evaders Garden was sponsored by Chorley Council.
In his design for The Evaders Garden by Chorley Council, John Everiss took his inspiration from his Father Stan Everiss, an RAF evader, who was shot down in 1943. Stan found his way to freedom thanks to the help he received from French citizens, whose bravery John recognises in the design for this garden, which reflects the special bond between helper and evader.
In his design for The Evaders Garden by Chorley Council, John Everiss took his inspiration from his Father Stan Everiss, an RAF evader, who was shot down over France in 1943. Stan found his way to freedom thanks to the help he received from French citizens, John recognises their bravery in the design for this garden, which reflects the special bond between helper and evader.
Visitors enjoying the gardens despite the inclement weather!
Visitors enjoying the gardens despite the inclement weather!
The Royal Horticultural Society have teamed up with the UK Space Agency to offer half a million UK children the chance to grow Rocket seeds that have been to the International Space Station.  The children have the exciting opportunity to discover whether space travel has affected the seeds, and if so, to see this affect first hand.  Information about this exciting new project was displayed at this exhibit entitled Rocket Science.
The Royal Horticultural Society have teamed up with the UK Space Agency to offer half a million UK children the chance to grow Rocket seeds that have been to the International Space Station.  The children have the exciting opportunity to discover whether space travel has affected the seeds, and if so, to see this affect first hand.  Information about this exciting new project was displayed at this exhibit entitled Rocket Science.
The Rocket Science exhibit: The Royal Horticultural Society have teamed up with the UK Space Agency to offer half a million UK children the chance to grow Rocket seeds that have been to the International Space Station. This exhibit offered visitors the chance to learn more about the project.
The Rocket Science exhibit: The Royal Horticultural Society have teamed up with the ,UK Space Agency to offer half a million UK children the chance to grow Rocket seeds that have been to the International Space Station. This exhibit offered visitors the chance to learn more about the project.
The National Dahlia Collection exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show received a Gold Medal for this beautiful, Mexican inspired display.
The National Dahlia Collection exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show received a Gold Medal for this beautiful, Mexican inspired display.
Blooms of the British Isles, an exhibit from Marks and Spencer, featured flowers and plants all of which were grown in the UK.
Blooms of the British Isles, an exhibit from Marks and Spencer, featured flowers and plants, all of which were grown in the UK.
The Gold Medal winning exhibit from Hewitt-Cooper Carnivorous Plants.
The Gold Medal winning exhibit from Hewitt-Cooper Carnivorous Plants.
Some wonderful vegetables featured in the exhibit from W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd.
Some wonderful vegetables featured in the exhibit from W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd.
Purple podded peas as exhibited by W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd at the RHS Chelsea flower Show.
Purple podded peas as exhibited by W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd at the RHS Chelsea flower Show.
This beautiful exhibit from Howard Nurseries & National Collection Sir Cedric Morris Irises showcases the bearded Irises bred by Sir Cedric Morris from 1935 to 1960.
This beautiful exhibit from Howard Nurseries & National Collection Sir Cedric Morris Irises, showcases the bearded Irises bred by Sir Cedric Morris from 1935 to 1960.
Avon Bulbs Gold Medal winning exhibit at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Avon Bulbs Gold Medal winning exhibit at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
W. S. Warmenhoven’s beautiful exhibit at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
W. S. Warmenhoven’s beautiful exhibit at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Chelsea Pensioners being interviewed in front of the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, an amazing exhibit featuring hundreds of cut orchid flowers.
Chelsea Pensioners being interviewed in front of the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, an amazing exhibit featuring hundreds of cut orchid flowers.
Bloms Bulbs Gold Medal winning display of beautiful Tulips at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Bloms Bulbs Gold Medal winning display of beautiful Tulips at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The Hidden Beauty of Kranji by Esmond & Uniseal was designed by John Tan and Raymond Toh. The garden was built by Landform Consultants Ltd.
The Hidden Beauty of Kranji by Esmond & Uniseal was designed by John Tan and Raymond Toh. The garden was built by Landform Consultants Ltd.
The Hidden Beauty of Kranji by Esmond & Uniseal featured plants native to Singapore, including orchids, palm trees and ferns. The garden was designed by John Tan and Raymond Toh.
The Hidden Beauty of Kranji by Esmond & Uniseal featured plants native to Singapore, including orchids, palm trees and ferns. The garden was designed by John Tan and Raymond Toh.
This attractive exhibit from Culm View Nursery features cottage garden plants and native plants designed to attract wildlife and support biodiversity. The pretty fox sculptures are created by Woody Fox Willow.
This attractive exhibit from Culm View Nursery features cottage garden plants and native plants designed to attract wildlife and support biodiversity. The pretty fox sculptures are created by Woody Fox Willow.
The Sculptor's Picnic Garden by Walker's Nurseries was awarded a Gold Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society Judges and the prestigious award of Best Artisan Garden. The garden was designed by Graham Bodle and built and sponsored by Walker's Nurseries.
The Sculptor’s Picnic Garden by Walker’s Nurseries was awarded a Gold Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society Judges and the prestigious award of Best Artisan Garden. The garden was designed by Graham Bodle and built and sponsored by Walker’s Nurseries.
A beautiful exhibit from McBean's Orchids in the Floral Marquee.
A beautiful exhibit from McBean’s Orchids in the Floral Marquee.
The Gold Medal winning display of Irises from Claire Austin Hardy Plants Ltd.
The Gold Medal winning display of Irises from Claire Austin Hardy Plants Ltd.
Hanging flowers at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Hanging flowers at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A deliciously fragrant exhibit from Todd's Botanics in the Floral Marquee, the scent from the Trachelospermum jasminoides was just divine.
A deliciously fragrant exhibit from Todd’s Botanics in the Floral Marquee, the scent from the Trachelospermum jasminoides was just divine.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s a small section of their beautiful and extensive exhibit at Chelsea.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s a small section of their beautiful and extensive exhibit at Chelsea.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s a small section of their beautiful exhibit at Chelsea.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s a small section of their beautiful exhibit at Chelsea.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s another small section of their beautiful exhibit at Chelsea.
Hillier won their 70th Gold Medal at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, here’s another small section of their beautiful exhibit at Chelsea.
Beautiful Roses from David Austin Roses. This pretty rose is bred by David Austin and named Rosa 'James Galway'.
Beautiful Roses from David Austin Roses. This pretty rose is bred by David Austin and named Rosa ‘James Galway’.
It's always exciting to see David Austin's new rose introductions, which are launched at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show every year. Here's one of this year's new varieties, Rosa 'The Ancient Mariner', a pretty, pink rose, with a delicate myrrh fragrance.
It’s always exciting to see David Austin’s new rose introductions, which are launched at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show every year. Here’s one of this year’s new varieties, Rosa ‘The Ancient Mariner’, a pretty, pink rose, with a delicate myrrh fragrance.
Rosa 'Sir Walter Scott' is another new variety from David Austin Roses. Also launched at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Rosa 'Sir Walter Scott' is a repeat flowering rose with a Scottish Rose in its breeding; this pretty rose has an old rose fragrance.
Rosa ‘Sir Walter Scott’ is another new variety from David Austin Roses. Also launched at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Rosa ‘Sir Walter Scott’ is a repeat flowering rose with a Scottish Rose in its breeding; this pretty rose has an old rose fragrance.
Rosa 'Desdemona' is a beautiful, new Rose from David Austin Roses. This was my favourite of the new introductions for 2015 from David Austin Roses; I particularly enjoyed this Rose's myrrh scent, which is surprisingly powerful and fruity, with distinct notes of lemon.
Rosa ‘Desdemona’ is a beautiful, new Rose from David Austin Roses. This was my favourite of the new introductions for 2015 from David Austin Roses; I particularly enjoyed this Rose’s myrrh scent, which is surprisingly powerful and fruity, with distinct notes of lemon.
Rosa 'Desdemona' is a beautiful, new Rose from David Austin Roses. This was my favourite of the new introductions for 2015 from David Austin Roses; I particularly enjoyed this Rose's myrrh scent, which is surprisingly powerful and fruity, with distinct notes of lemon.
Another photograph of Rosa ‘Desdemona’ a beautiful, new Rose from David Austin Roses. This was my favourite of the new Rose introductions for 2015 from David Austin Roses.

Other articles that may interest you……

To see all the Gold Medal winning Show Gardens from the 2015 Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show, including The Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden, designed by Dan Pearson and awarded Best In Show, please click here.

To read my interview with James Basson and find out more about the Gold Medal winning garden ‘A Perfumer’s Garden in Grasse by L’Occitane’ that James designed for the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, please click here

To read about the new lives of some of the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Gardens after the show closed, please click here.

To see the 20 shortlisted plants, including the finalists and winner of the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant Of The Year Award, please click here

To read my interview with Chris Beardshaw and find out more about The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden, please click here

To read about the RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s Gold Medal winning nurseries in the Great Pavilion, please click here.

To see photographs from the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, please click here.

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2 thoughts on “RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

  1. Hi Beth

    I have just popped onto your website to have a look at your photos of Chelsea. My friend Tracey and I met you and your husband there yesterday at the Husquavarna garden. We had a lovely chat even though there was a lot of black clouds overhead threatening rain. I stupidly forgot to take my camera so am hoping Tracey will email me some of hers and am really pleased I managed to find your website so I can enjoy yours!

    Lo

    1. Hello Roz, it was lovely to meet you at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. I really enjoyed chatting to you and Tracey, I hope you had a lovely day. I will be adding lots more photographs from RHS Chelsea Flower Show in the coming days!

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