RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2015

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the world’s largest annual flower show, the Show covers 34 acres of ground!  The Floral Marquee at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, was home to over 90 nurseries and specialist growers for the duration of the flower show.  At 6,750 square meters, the Floral Marquee is large enough to house an FA football pitch!  Thankfully, there wasn’t a football in sight, the Floral Marquee was home to a huge array of beautiful, rare and unusual plants from all over the world, all in one place for visitors to enjoy.

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is a great place to see beautiful gardens, meet specialist growers, enjoy the wonderful scent of roses in the Festival of Roses Marquee, to buy plants, tools, composts, and all manner of garden related goods, and celebrate gardening in the summertime.

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2015, this special occasion was marked with all kinds of new displays and features to celebrate the silver anniversary of the show, from silver anniversary themed flower arrangements, a giant cake decked out in Begonias and Ipomoea, to the special RHS Anniversary Maze.

Here’s an insight into the wonderful world of the 2015 Royal Horticultural Society’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show…………..

Ann-Marie Powell in her Gold Medal winning Macmillan Legacy Garden. The garden was built by The Outdoor Room and sponsored by Macmillan Cancer support
Ann-Marie Powell in her Gold Medal winning Macmillan Legacy Garden. The garden was built by The Outdoor Room and sponsored by Macmillan Cancer support.
The Macmillan Legacy Garden is a contemporary garden designed to contemplate life's journey. This a very inviting garden, the planting is really very interesting and features many beautiful and unusual plants, and plant combinations.
The Macmillan Legacy Garden is a contemporary garden designed to be a restful space, that provides an opportunity to contemplate life’s journey. This a very inviting garden, the planting is really very interesting and features many beautiful and unusual plants, and plant combinations.
Designed to feel like a modern woodland, The Macmillan Legacy Garden had a very special and inspiring feel.
Designed to feel like a modern woodland, The Macmillan Legacy Garden had a very special and inspiring feel.
A close up of one area of planting in The Macmillan Legacy Garden, designed by Anne-Marie Powell. Astrantia major 'Roma' mingles with this Verbascum, possibly Verbascum 'Southern Charm' and Geum 'Prinses Juliana'.
A close up of one area of planting in The Macmillan Legacy Garden, designed by Anne-Marie Powell. Astrantia major ‘Roma’ mingles with Verbascum ‘Southern Charm’ and Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’.
Silver Medal Winning Garden, A Growing Obsession by Yardley London Ltd, designed by Jean Wardrop and Alexandra Stevenson.
Silver Medal Winning Garden, A Growing Obsession by Yardley London Ltd, designed by Jean Wardrop and Alexandra Stevenson.
The BBC filming in the Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree. This garden was designed by Tracy Foster, built by Conway Landscapes and sponsored by Just Retirement Ltd.
The BBC filming in the Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree. This garden was designed by Tracy Foster, built by Conway Landscapes and sponsored by Just Retirement Ltd.
Garden designer, Tracy Foster, in the garden she designed for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree. This garden was sponsored by Just Retirement and built by Conway Landscapes.
Garden designer, Tracy Foster, in the garden she designed for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree. This garden was sponsored by Just Retirement and built by Conway Landscapes.
An amazing Gold Medal winning display of Lilies from Harts Nursery, a family run nursery in Cheshire.
An amazing Gold Medal winning display of Lilies from Harts Nursery, a family run nursery in Cheshire.
The Turkish Ministry of Culture & Tourism: Garden of Paradise. Gold Medal Winning Garden and Best World Garden, designed by Nilufer Danis, Lotus Design Studio, Built by Landform Consultants, Sponsored by the Turkish Ministry of Culture & Tourism
The Turkish Ministry of Culture & Tourism: Garden of Paradise. Gold Medal Winning Garden and Best World Garden, designed by Nilufer Danis, Lotus Design Studio, Built by Landform Consultants, Sponsored by the Turkish Ministry of Culture & Tourism.
A heart warming display of Gold Medal winning Delphiniums and Begonias from Blackmore & Langdon.
A heart warming display of Gold Medal winning Delphiniums and Begonias from Blackmore & Langdon.
Community Street was inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain. Community Street was designed by Nigel Dunnett and The Landscape Agency, together they recreated part of a residential street in Bristol, showing how front gardens and community areas can be beautiful and inspiring places, filled with plants and enhancing the look and feel of a community.
Community Street was inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain. Community Street was designed by Nigel Dunnett and The Landscape Agency, together they recreated part of a residential street in Bristol, showing how front gardens and community areas can be beautiful and inspiring places, filled with plants and enhancing the look and feel of a community.
Community Street was inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain. Community Street was designed by Nigel Dunnett and The Landscape Agency, together they recreated part of a residential street in Bristol, showing how front gardens and community areas can be beautiful and inspiring places, filled with plants and enhancing the look and feel of a community.
Community Street was inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain. Community Street was designed by Nigel Dunnett and The Landscape Agency, together they recreated part of a residential street in Bristol, showing how front gardens and community areas can be beautiful and inspiring places, filled with plants and enhancing the look and feel of a community.
Here's a close up of the green roof in full flower, on the bike store in the Community Street Garden. Green roofs can look very attractive they also provide valuable insulation to the building they are installed on, saving energy, green roofs also have a cooling effect, which is especially useful in an urban environment. Choosing the right plants for your green roof can help to benefit bees, butterflies and other insects.
Here’s a close up of the green roof in full flower, on the bike store in the Community Street Garden. Green roofs can look very attractive they also provide valuable insulation to the building they are installed on, saving energy, green roofs also have a cooling effect, which is especially useful in an urban environment. Choosing the right plants for your green roof can help to benefit bees, butterflies and other insects.
Here's another part of Community Street, inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain, this exhibit demonstrates how you can have a functional, useful outdoor space that fulfils all your needs and accommodates a bin area and other requirements, but still looks beautiful and includes colourful plants and areas to garden.
Here’s another part of Community Street, inspired by the RHS Campaign, Greening Grey Britain, this exhibit demonstrates how you can have a functional, useful outdoor space that fulfils all your needs and accommodates a bin area and other requirements, but still looks beautiful and includes colourful plants and areas to garden.
Another incredible Gold Medal winning display of carnivorous plants from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants.
Another incredible Gold Medal winning display of carnivorous plants from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants.
Unique: The Rare Chromosome Disorder Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Large Garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This popular garden was designed by Catherine Chenery and Barbara Harfleet, to celebrate the charity Unique and its work to raise awareness of rare chromosome disorders and the complications and disabilities that suffers face. This garden was built by Neale Richards Limited.
Unique: The Rare Chromosome Disorder Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Large Garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This popular garden was designed by Catherine Chenery and Barbara Harfleet, to celebrate the charity Unique and its work to raise awareness of rare chromosome disorders and the complications and disabilities that suffers face. This garden was built by Neale Richards Limited.
Unique: The Rare Chromosome Disorder Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Large Garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This popular garden was designed by Catherine Chenery and Barbara Harfleet, the garden was built by Neale Richards Limited.
Unique: The Rare Chromosome Disorder Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Large Garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This popular garden was designed by Catherine Chenery and Barbara Harfleet, the garden was built by Neale Richards Limited.
The beautiful stand from H. W. Hyde and Son in the Floral Marquee at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. H. W. Hyde and Son are specialist growers of Lilies, Alliums and other bulbs.
A beautiful exhibit from H. W. Hyde and Son in the Floral Marquee at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. H. W. Hyde and Son are specialist growers of Lilies, Alliums and other bulbs.
A lovely exhibit from Harveys Garden Plants, a family run nursery from Suffolk in England.
A lovely exhibit from Harveys Garden Plants, a family run nursery from Suffolk in England.
Some of the new Rose varieties that were launched at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Some of the new Rose varieties that were launched at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
A beautiful rose arbour created by Peter Beales Roses inside The Festival of Roses Marquee at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
A beautiful rose arbour created by Peter Beales Roses inside The Festival of Roses Marquee at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
The scent inside the Festival of Roses Marquee at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is amazing! Everywhere is beautifully perfumed with the fragrance of tea roses, it's truly wonderful!
The scent inside the Festival of Roses Marquee at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is amazing! Everywhere is beautifully perfumed with the fragrance of tea roses, it’s truly wonderful!
This is a lovely garden from Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey. This sweet garden was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Judges and was awarded the accolade of being the Best Historic Garden.
This is a lovely garden from Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey. This sweet garden was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Judges and was awarded the accolade of being the Best Historic Garden at the Show.
The Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden was designed by Anthea Guthrie and built by Phil Game and Pure Folly.
The Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden was designed by Anthea Guthrie and built by Phil Game and Pure Folly.
A close up of Winnie the Pooh playing pooh sticks in the Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden.
A close up of Winnie the Pooh playing pooh sticks in the Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden.
Hadlow College 'Green Seam' was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Show Judges and the prestigious accolade of Best Show Garden at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This garden was designed by Stuart Charles Towner and Bethany Williams, and built by RDC Landscape, Design & Construction, Kent.
Hadlow College ‘Green Seam’ was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Show Judges and the prestigious accolade of Best Show Garden at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This garden was designed by Stuart Charles Towner and Bethany Williams, and built by RDC Landscape, Design & Construction, Kent.
The bright, cheerful pink of the planting contrasts with the darkness of the spoils from the colliery, depicting the vibrancy of the regeneration of Betteshanger in Kent, following the closure of the last Kent coal field in Hadlow College's Garden 'Green Seam' at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
The bright, cheerful pink of the planting contrasts with the darkness of the spoils from the colliery, depicting the vibrancy of the regeneration of Betteshanger in Kent, following the closure of the last Kent coal field in Hadlow College’s Garden ‘Green Seam’ at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Hadlow College 'Green Seam' demonstrates the hope that has transpired during the regeneration of Betteshanger in Kent, since the closure of the coal field, the last remaining coal field in Kent, in 1989.
Hadlow College ‘Green Seam’ demonstrates the hope that has transpired during the regeneration of Betteshanger in Kent, since the closure of the coal field, the last remaining coal field in Kent, in 1989.
Hadlow College 'Green Seam' was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Show Judges and the prestigious accolade of Best Show Garden at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This garden was designed by Stuart Charles Towner and Bethany Williams.
Hadlow College ‘Green Seam’ was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Show Judges and the prestigious accolade of Best Show Garden at the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This garden was designed by Stuart Charles Towner and Bethany Williams.
True Fair: Sri Lanka Tranquility Garden was designed by Level 2 Students from Bicton College. The garden was both built and sponsored by True Fair Trading.
True Fair: Sri Lanka Tranquility Garden was designed by Level 2 Students from Bicton College. The garden was both built and sponsored by True Fair Trading.
The Amnesty International: Magna Carta 800 Garden was designed by Frederic Whyte to celebrate the history of human rights and the 800 year anniversary since the signing of the Magna Carta.
The Amnesty International: Magna Carta 800 Garden was designed by Frederic Whyte to celebrate the history of human rights and the 800 year anniversary since the signing of the Magna Carta.
Take Time to Smell the Roses was designed by Adam Leverett and built by Fryer's Roses and Blue Diamond Garden Centres. The garden was sponsored by Fryer's Roses.
Take Time to Smell the Roses was designed by Adam Leverett and built by Fryer’s Roses and Blue Diamond Garden Centres. The garden was sponsored by Fryer’s Roses.
A lovely container display from D'Arcy & Everest, specialist growers of alpine plants from Cambridgeshire.
A lovely container display from D’Arcy & Everest, specialist growers of alpine plants from Cambridgeshire.
A couple of scarecrows....
A couple of scarecrows….
Gold Medal winning and Best Conceptual Garden, Equilibrium, designed by John Humphreys & Andy Hyde, built by Mudlarks, Hallowed Turf Ltd, Sponsored by Pevensey Coastal Defence Ltd, Environment Agency.
Gold Medal winning and Best Conceptual Garden, Equilibrium, designed by John Humphreys & Andy Hyde, built by Mudlarks, Hallowed Turf Ltd, Sponsored by Pevensey Coastal Defence Ltd, Environment Agency.
Ready...Aim...Flower! This garden was designed by Simon Webster, built by Burnham Landscaping and sponsored by Acorn Mobility Services Ltd.
Ready…Aim…Flower! This garden was designed by Simon Webster, built by Burnham Landscaping and sponsored by Acorn Mobility Services Ltd.
The DialAFlight: Synaesthesia Garden. Synaesthesia is a neurological phenomenon where although only one sense is stimulated, an automatic, involuntary reaction is experienced in another sense. Some people with this condition experience the sounds of words as different tastes, others experience colours when they hear sounds, there are many combinations of experiences for the five senses. This garden, designed by Sarah Wilson raises awareness of this phenomenon, through the multi-sensory experience it offers the visitor.
The DialAFlight: Synaesthesia Garden. Synaesthesia is a neurological phenomenon where although only one sense is stimulated, an automatic, involuntary reaction is experienced in another sense. Some people with this condition experience the sounds of words as different tastes, others experience colours when they hear sounds, there are many combinations of experiences for the five senses. This garden, designed by Sarah Wilson raises awareness of this phenomenon, through the multi-sensory experience it offers the visitor.
Designer Sarah Wilson inside her Gold Medal winning DialAFlight: Synaesthesia Garden. The garden was built by Frogheath Landscapes, DCLX Lighting and sponsored by DialAFlight.
Designer Sarah Wilson inside her Gold Medal winning DialAFlight: Synaesthesia Garden. The garden was built by Frogheath Landscapes, DCLX Lighting and sponsored by DialAFlight.
An absolutely incredible Gold Medal winning display from W. S. Warmenhoven
An absolutely incredible Gold Medal winning display from W. S. Warmenhoven, featuring Alliums, Hippeastrum, Ornithogalum and Nectaroscordum.
The SMART Vision Garden: Having the Vision to See Beyond Mental Illness Garden was designed to help encourage visitors to be more open to learning more about mental health issues. This garden offers visitors the chance to think about mental health issues, helping to break down the barriers and misconceptions, and even the fear that people without experience of mental health difficulties sometimes feel when they think of mental health problems.
The SMART Vision Garden: Having the Vision to See Beyond Mental Illness Garden was designed to help encourage visitors to be more open to learning more about mental health issues. This garden offers visitors the chance to think about mental health issues, helping to break down the barriers and misconceptions, and even the fear that people without experience of mental health difficulties sometimes feel when they think of mental health problems. This box, which is marked off with hazzard warning tape, represents the fear and limited thinking that surround mental illness.
The SMART Vision Garden: Having the Vision to See Beyond Mental Illness was designed to highlight people's attitudes and perceptions of mental illness and challenge visitors to think outside the box and be more open to mental health issues.
The SMART Vision Garden: Having the Vision to See Beyond Mental Illness was designed to highlight people’s attitudes and perceptions of mental illness and challenge visitors to think outside the box and be more open to mental health issues. In this photo you can see inside the box and experience the gentle and reflective planting, seeing plants that have survived adversity and difficult conditions for millions of years.
Living Landscapes: Healing Urban Garden was designed by Rae Wilkinson and built by Living Landscapes. The curved bench was designed in collaboration with Alun Heslop especially for the garden.
Living Landscapes: Healing Urban Garden was designed by Rae Wilkinson and built by Living Landscapes. The curved bench was designed in collaboration with Alun Heslop especially for the garden.
A beautiful display of orchids from Burnham Nurseries, a family run nursery, based in South Devon, England.
A beautiful display of orchids from Burnham Nurseries, a family run nursery, based in South Devon, England.
Great Gardens of the USA: The Charleston Garden was designed by Sadie May Stowell and built by Sadie May Studios Ltd. This garden was sponsored by Brand USA. The Hydrangea macrophylla adds a sweetness to this garden.
Great Gardens of the USA: The Charleston Garden was designed by Sadie May Stowell and built by Sadie May Studios Ltd. This garden was sponsored by Brand USA. The Hydrangea macrophylla adds a sweetness to this garden.
The Tea Party Garden was designed by Charlie Bloom to celebrate the 150 anniversary of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The garden was built by Charlie Blooms Garden Designs and sponsored by CED Natural Stone.
The Tea Party Garden was designed by Charlie Bloom to celebrate the 150 anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The garden was built by Charlie Blooms Garden Designs and sponsored by CED Natural Stone.
Vestra Wealth: Encore - A Music Lover's Garden. The design for this garden was inspired by Handel's Water Music. The garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
Vestra Wealth: Encore – A Music Lover’s Garden. The design for this garden was inspired by Handel’s Water Music. The garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
Vestra Wealth: Encore - A Music Lover's Garden. This garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
Vestra Wealth: Encore – A Music Lover’s Garden. This garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
A close up of some of the detail in the Vestra Wealth: Encore - A Music Lover's Garden. This garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
A close up of some of the detail in the Vestra Wealth: Encore – A Music Lover’s Garden. This garden was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscapes.
The Scotty's Little Soldiers Garden was designed by Graeme Thirde and built by Harrington Potter.
The Scotty’s Little Soldiers Garden was designed by Graeme Thirde and built by Harrington Potter.
The Scotty's Little Soldiers Garden was designed to raise awareness of the charity Scotty's Little Soldiers, set up by widow Nikki Scott, to help children who have lost a parent while they were away serving with the British Armed Forces.
The Scotty’s Little Soldiers Garden was designed to raise awareness of the charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers, set up by widow Nikki Scott, to help children who have lost a parent who served with the British Armed Forces.
The Scotty's Little Soldiers Garden was designed by Graeme Thirde and built by Harrington Potter.
The Scotty’s Little Soldiers Garden was designed by Graeme Thirde and built by Harrington Potter. The Show Gardens at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show are often very accessible to visitors – visitors are able to walk right through this Show Garden.
The Wellbeing of Women Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Small Garden. This colourful garden was designed by Wendy von Buren, Claire Moreno, Amy Robertson and built by Tattersall Landscapes.
The Wellbeing of Women Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Small Garden. This colourful garden was designed by Wendy von Buren, Claire Moreno, Amy Robertson and built by Tattersall Landscapes.
The Wellbeing of Women Garden won the People's Choice Award for the Best Small Garden. This colourful garden was designed by Wendy von Buren, Claire Moreno, Amy Robertson and built by Tattersall Landscapes.
The Wellbeing of Women Garden won the People’s Choice Award for the Best Small Garden. This colourful garden was designed by Wendy von Buren, Claire Moreno, Amy Robertson and built by Tattersall Landscapes.
A close up of the vertical planting in the living wall featured in the Wellbeing of Women Garden.
A close up of the vertical planting in the living wall featured in the Wellbeing of Women Garden.
SABO: The Circle of Life was awarded a Silver-Gilt Medal. The garden was designed by Stefano Passerotti, Built by Big Fish Landscapes Ltd and Sponsored by Sabo oil
SABO: The Circle of Life was awarded a Silver-Gilt Medal. The garden was designed by Stefano Passerotti, Built by Big Fish Landscapes Ltd and Sponsored by Sabo oil.
John Warland in his Silver-Gilt Medal Winning World Vision Garden, the garden was built by Garden Builders and Sponsored by World Vision.
John Warland in his Silver-Gilt Medal Winning World Vision Garden, the garden was built by Garden Builders and Sponsored by World Vision.
The World Vision Garden, was designed by John Warland, the garden was built by Garden Builders and Sponsored by World Vision.
The World Vision Garden, was designed by John Warland, the garden was built by Garden Builders and Sponsored by World Vision.
A close up of the planting in The World Vision Garden. This area of the garden featured flowers attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects, and provided a contrast to the adjoining triangular sections of the garden.
A close up of the planting in The World Vision Garden. This area of the garden featured flowers attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects, and provided a contrast to the adjoining triangular sections of the garden.
A shipwrecked boat covered in clematis from Floyd's Climbers and Clematis in the Floral Marquee.
A shipwrecked boat covered in clematis from Floyd’s Climbers and Clematis in the Floral Marquee.
QEF: A Different Point of View won a Gold Medal at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, this garden also won the best Summer Garden Award. QEF: A Different Point of View was sponsored by Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People, to celebrate the charity's 80th anniversary in 2015. Designer Juliet Hutt's inspiration for this garden came from the need to keep evaluating and looking at the problems that people with acquired brain injuries face in order to offer the best help, support and advice to those with severe disabilities.
QEF: A Different Point of View won a Gold Medal at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, this garden also won the best Summer Garden Award. QEF: A Different Point of View was sponsored by Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People, to celebrate the charity’s 80th anniversary in 2015. Designer Juliet Hutt’s inspiration for this garden came from the need to keep evaluating and looking at the problems that people with acquired brain injuries face in order to offer the best help, support and advice to those with severe disabilities.
Final finishing touches being made to the Noble Caledonia: Spirit of the Aegean garden. This garden was designed by Esra Parr and built by John Wood Garden Design Ltd. The garden was sponsored by Noble Caledonia.
Final finishing touches being made to the Noble Caledonia: Spirit of the Aegean garden. This garden was designed by Esra Parr and built by John Wood Garden Design Ltd. The garden was sponsored by Noble Caledonia.
Eleplants Nursery at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Eleplants Nursery at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
The Plant Heritage Marquee was filled with interesting and beautiful heritage plants, visitors were able to ask advice from plant specialists and experts and find out more about plant heritage.
The Plant Heritage Marquee was filled with interesting and beautiful heritage plants, visitors were able to ask advice from plant specialists and experts and find out more about plant heritage.
Simon from Dalefoot Composts is a lovely man, he's a fantastic ambassador for peat free compost. I've been trialling Dalefoot Composts in my own trials with fantastic results.
Simon from Dalefoot Composts is a lovely man, he’s a fantastic ambassador for peat free compost. I’ve been trialling Dalefoot Composts in my own trials with fantastic results.
The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is a huge Show! There's so much to see and so many plants to look at, enjoy and purchase. It's a great place to go shopping!
The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is a huge Show! There’s so much to see and so many plants to look at, enjoy and purchase. It’s a great place to go shopping!
You can visit the many different plant stands, all run by specialist nurseries from all over the country and even further afield. The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show allows visitors to see plants from all over the world, all in one place! It is a super show for anyone wishing to purchase plants or anyone who enjoys shopping.
You can visit the many different plant stands, all run by specialist nurseries from all over the country and even further afield. The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show allows visitors to see plants from all over the world, all in one place! It is a super show for anyone wishing to purchase plants or anyone who enjoys shopping.
TSLGRUPPO The Gallery of Mirrors featured a backdrop of mirrors, designed so that the visitor can view themselves with the Opuntia which is planted in front.
TSLGRUPPO The Gallery of Mirrors featured a backdrop of mirrors, designed so that the visitor can view themselves with the Opuntia which is planted in front.
This is the African Vision: Malawi Garden, this garden was designed by Gabrielle Evans and built by Marmalade Jam. The garden was awarded a Gold Medal by the RHS Judges.
This is the African Vision: Malawi Garden, this garden was designed by Gabrielle Evans and built by Marmalade Jam. The garden was awarded a Gold Medal by the RHS Judges.
The Foundations for Growth Garden was designed by VaRa Garden Design and built by Capel Manor College.
The Foundations for Growth Garden was designed by VaRa Garden Design and built by Capel Manor College.
The Living Landscapes: City Twitchers Garden demonstrates that a bird and wildlife friendly garden can be just as stylish and beautiful as any other garden. This garden was designed by CouCou Design and Sarah Keyser and built by Living Landscapes.
The Living Landscapes: City Twitchers Garden demonstrates that a bird and wildlife friendly garden can be just as stylish and beautiful as any other garden. This garden was designed by CouCou Design and Sarah Keyser and built by Living Landscapes.
The Living Landscapes: City Twitchers Garden features a pond, complete with water lilies, a chamomile lawn and a stylish pod, woven from willow. The pod also acts as bird hide and is designed to be the perfect place to relax and enjoy the birds and other wildlife in the garden.
The Living Landscapes: City Twitchers Garden features a pond, complete with water lilies, a chamomile lawn and a stylish pod, woven from willow. The pod also acts as bird hide and is designed to be the perfect place to relax and enjoy the birds and other wildlife in the garden.
Living Landscapes: City Twitchers, designed by CouCou Design and Sarah Keyser and built by Living Landscapes.
Living Landscapes: City Twitchers, designed by CouCou Design and Sarah Keyser and built by Living Landscapes.

Other articles that may interest you……..

To see photographs taken at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, please click here.

To see the planting list for the Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree, designed by Tracy Foster, for the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, please click here

To see some of the Gold Medal winning nurseries from the 2015 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, please click here.

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

To read about The Festival Of Roses at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and see photographs of some of the new rose introductions, including the 2016 Rose Of The Year, please click here.

To see the Gold Medal winning Show Gardens from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, 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 see some of the Gold Medal winning nurseries from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, please click here.

To see the finalists for the RHS Chelsea Plant Of The Year 2015, please click here.

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