Book to visit the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Saturday 25 September.
World-renowned, glamorous and quintessentially British, it is a truly unique and unforgettable day out.
The show is the place to see cutting-edge garden design, new plants and find ideas to take home. It is the most prestigious flower show in the calendar.
- Call 01732 845656 to book your coach seat and admission ticket
The Show Gardens at Chelsea always draw a crowd.
The M&G Garden
The M&G Garden is about forging beautiful, vital outdoor spaces in places we need them the most. It was designed before the pandemic as a pocket park-like urban green space, located in a town or a city.
The planting embraces the change in the seasons, embracing what autumn brings from rosehips, to seedbeds to senesced plants. Lots of late summer interest features including grasses and asters.
Guangzhou China: Guangzhou Garden
This garden promotes the benefits of responsible city planning and landscape stewardship highlighting how the health and wellbeing of people and the natural world can be sustained through integrated environmental systems.
Inspired by a study tour of Guangzhou, the garden looks at the philosophy of reconnecting people and nature in a mutually beneficial relationship.
The Florence Nightingale Garden – A Celebration of Modern Day Nursing
An imagined courtyard garden for a new hospital, this garden was planned to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Florence Nightingale at the Show in 2020 with the aim of raising the profile of nursing as a profession in the 21st century.
The theme is ‘nurture through nature’, inspired by the idea that the shortest road to recovery leads through a garden.
Most of the plants in the garden were typical in the 19th century with strong medicinal properties, or have been inspired by Florence Nightingale’s personal pressed flower collection.
The Yeo Valley Organic Garden
The Yeo Valley Organic Garden provides a nature-filled experience incorporating a diverse range of habitats and plants found at Yeo Valley’s family-run organic garden in Somerset.
Yeo Valley believes that growing organically has huge benefits for the environment. The garden has been designed to nurture soil biodiversity and support pollinators, demonstrating how we can work with nature to benefit us all and hopes it will encourage more people to consider going organic.
Trailfinders’ 50th Anniversary Garden
The garden aims to capture the essence of Nepal and the wider Himalayan region through a representation of the culture, plants and landscape, specifically of the Himalayan foothills.
Designed as a natural looking garden inspired by the temperate landscape of the Himalayan foothills, statement plants will include Pinus wallichiana and Hydrangea aspera, alongside Thalictrum, Persicaria, Actaea and Hedychium in a colour palette of predominantly blue, white and pink.
Bodmin Jail: 60°East A Garden between Continents
Inspired by a garden in the heart of the metropolis of Yekaterinburg, Russia, which sits at the border between Europe and Asia, this design draws upon east and west to create a uniquely blended planting palette.
The garden brings the two continents together in a sweeping naturalistic composition evocative of the beauty of Russia’s ancient Ural Mountain landscapes; its peaks, forests, rivers and slopes.