Come and experience the world's greatest flower show at London's Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Every year the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are transformed into show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays for the world's most famous flower show.
The Chelsea Flower Show
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is attended by more than 150,000 visitors each year. Tickets sell out quickly and must be purchased in advance, so book now to avoid disappointment.
If you missed out on Chelsea Flower Show tickets this year, take a look at our ideas for other floral-themed things to do in London.
The show has become an important venue for watching emerging gardening trends. New plants are launched and the popularity of older varieties are revived.
It's the garden design equivalent of Paris Fashion Week and is staged in one of London's most charming and affluent neighbourhoods.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015
This year’s show includes the first concept garden from famous department store, Harrods. The Fragrance Garden designed by Sheena Seeks is a celebration of fragrance through flowers. There is also a perfumed theme from L’Occitane, with their A Perfumer’s Garden in Grasse, which reflects the renaissance of the perfume industry in the French town.
Another highlight is the inaugural garden from charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer, which draws on inspiration from the genetic research and breakthroughs in the treatment of the illness. The garden, based around a DNA double helix shape, is created by award-winning designer Ruth Willmott, who lost her sister-in-law to breast cancer last year.
Rural traditions are also honoured at this year’s show. A Trugmaker’s Garden, designed by Serena Fremantle and Tina Vallis, pays homage to Sussex trugmakers who are keeping alive the skills in making the hand-woven baskets.
Alongside the gardens, you’ll find a host of retailers who are returning with their garden goodies, outdoor products and green-fingered advice.