RHS Chelsea Flower Show - Remembering 2016 one and Anticipating 2017 one
It is only a few days to a brand new Chelsea Flower Show 2017 and so I would am sending a few photos of my favourite gardens from last year's show. Are we going to see even more exiting ones this year? The designers keep delivering amazing project every year and they have been doing it for over 100 years. The oldest and most renown flowers show in the worlds will surely surprise and amaze us again!
There will be a fewer big show gardens this year due to sponsorship problems but some designers are back, including Chris Beardshaw and James Basson. There will also be plenty of smaller gardens. Jo Whiley’s will have some curved seating...
The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016 - Designer: Nick Bailey - Sponsor: Winton
There also will be an elegant slightly forma garden ‘500 Years of Covent Garden’ by Lee Bestall, the project of which slightly reminds me of the garden below:
Planting in Husqvarna Garden, including Buxus sempervirens hedge, Eremurus robusatus, Leucadendron 'Burgundy Sunset', Lysimachia atropurpurea and Allium 'Purple Sensation'. Designer: Nick Bailey - Sponsor: Winton
Sara Raven's garden: The Anneka Rice Colour Cutting Garden will bring us lost of colourful blooms! Last year we could enjoy the lay of light and colour in this garden:
The Brewin Dolphin Garden – Forever Freefolk - Designer: Rosy Hardy - Sponsor: Brewin Dolphin
We will see woodland planting in The Morgan Stanley Garden by Chris Beardshow and as usual, the garden will be saved and donated to Groundwork. Beautiful woodland planting from last year's garden by Paul Martin:
Garden of Mindful Living, a contemporary garden with limestone rill, limestone and corten steel walls, nulti-stemmed trees and shade borders with Blechnum tabulare, Rodgersia 'Irish Bronze', Hosta 'Devon
The Royal Bank of Canada is also building a garden this year, showing us some Canadian boreal forest and lakes to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada and the 10th year of the RBC Blue Water Project™. And this what it was last year:
Basalt rock features, Anchusa azurea, Asphodeline lutea, Hordeum jubatum, Papaver rhoeas and Pinus halpensis in The Royal Bank of Canada Garden, inspired by the Mediterranean pine habitat of Jordan.
There is also the question of which garden is going to be The Best in Show this year.. Last year's winner:
The Telegraph Garden. RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 – Design: Andy Sturgeon
The full package of my RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016 is available on GAP Photos.
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