Chelsea Flower Show 2010 in United Kingdom

Posted by on May 23, 2010 | 1 Comment

Every Year since 1937, Biggest Royal Horticultural Society’s Show named as Chelsea Flower Show organized successfully. Garden and flower lovers from around the world will be there to view and evaluate the display of 15 design teams. There will be two types of theme this year, woodland gardening and the Mediterranean look. Winners will be awarded in Gold, Silver and Bronze category.

Here are some gardens

  1. The Laurent-Perrier Garden
    Designer : Tom Stuart-Smith
  2. The Daily Telegraph Garden
    Designer : Andy Sturgeon
  3. The Foreign & Colonial Investments’ Garden
    Designer : Thomas Hoblyn
  4. The Cancer Research UK Garden
    Designer : Robert Myers
  5. The Victorian Aviary Garden
    Designer : Philippa Pearson and Jonathan Denby
  6. The M&G Garden
    Designer : Roger Platts
  7. The L’Occitane Garden
    Designer : James Towillis
  8. The Tourism Malaysia Garden
    Designer : James Wong
  9. Fleming’s and Trailfinders Australian Garden
    Designer : Scott Wynd
  10. The Children’s Society Garden
    Designer : Mark Gregory
  11. Kazahana
    Designer : Ishihara Kazuyuki
  12. Kebony — Naturally Norway
    Designer : Darren Saines
  13. The Stephen Hawking Garden for Motor Neurone Disease
    Designer : Sue Hayward
  14. The Hesco Garden
    Designer : Leeds City Council, Parks and Countryside
  15. Places of Change
    Designer : Paul Stone

The Queen and other royals will wander around the exhibits and gardens taking in the display ahead of the official opening to the public. This year, the monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh will be joined by Princess Alexandra, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and the Duchess of Gloucester.

Prof Hawking is the inspiration behind one garden created by the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The famous academic suffers from the disease and the plot’s dark swirling water feature acts as an analogy for being diagnosed with the condition, while a curved stone folly represents a protected and safe place. Previous year the Australian garden was cancelled due to the Major bush fire but they are back this year.

You will also see £20 million ‘jewellled garden’ designed by David Domoney. Biggest garden in Chelsea will be Eden Project worth 6,000 square feet. Children’s Society garden designed by Mark Gregory features a fire pit and pizza oven.

1 comment

  1. David says:

    Sir, when will Chelsea Flower Show 2010 start?

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