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The Chelsea Flower Show 2022

The Chelsea Flower Show 2022


The RNLI Garden designed by Chris Beardshaw


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The classically inspired green oak pavillion signifies the charities Georgian origins.


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Some key plants in order of appearance: Filipendula camtschatica, Lamium orvala, Euphorbia mellifera, Cynara cardunculus, Datisca cannabina, Iris sibirica 'Silver Edge', Geranium sylvaticum 'Mayflower', Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans and Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'


For a full plant list for the RNLI Garden, click HERE.


The Mind Garden designed by Andy Sturgeon


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The curved clay-rendered walls of The Mind Garden create a feeling of protection.
 


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The walls are softened with carefully considered planting.
 
 
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Some key plants in order of appearance: Valeriana officianalis, Stachys byzantinus 'Silver Carpet', Geranium pyrenaicum 'Bill Wallis', Kirengeshoma palmata, Catananche caerulea, Blechnum spicant, Dicentra 'Filigree', Asphodeline lutea, Thalictrum 'Elin'.


Mind; Mental Health Charity


BBC Studios Our Green Planet & RHS Bee Garden designed by Joe Swift


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The hard landscaping in the garden was inspired by the pattern on a bees wing.


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Pollinator friendly planting
 

Our own pollinator friendly plant collection is available here; Bees, Bugs & Butterflies.



The Blue Peter Garden designed by Juliet Sargeant 




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The gardens main goal is to open the eyes of children and adult to soils fundamental role in supporting life.


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To find out more about the garden and for a list of plants used, click HERE



Hands Off Mangrove Garden designed by Grow2Know


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The deforested mangrove structure sits in the centre of the garden. Nine deliberate bare roots 'honour a Mangrove Nine defendant and symbolize a stark reminder of the impact humans are having on the planet's most important ecosystems.'


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The Chelsea Flower Show 2022

Danny Clarke- Garden Designer

 

To find out more about Grow2Know, click  HERE.


The Wilderness Foundation UK Garden designed by Charlie Hawkes


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A calm space using subtle foliage plants, concentrating on different textures and shades.

 

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Iris 'Tropic Night' adds a dash of colour to the mostly green planting.


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Some key plants in order of appearance:  Polygonatum x hybridum 'Betberg', Asplenium scolopendrium, Disporum longistylum 'Night Heron'Adiantum venustum, Hakonechloa macra, Epimedium x 
youngianum 'Niveum', Gillenia trifoliata, Polemonium 'Lambrook Mauve', Galium odoratum.
 
 

Find out more about the Wilderness Foundation HERE.

 

Mothers For Mothers Garden designed by Pollyanna Wilkinson


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The garden tells the story of the struggle caused by maternal mental illness.
 

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The bronze-toned archways represent a mothers time at home with a baby which can either feel like a 'sanctuary or a cage.'


Find out more: Mothers For Mothers website


A Garden Sanctuary designed by Tony Wood


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The striking, charred larch cladding is surrounded by a gentle, relaxing palette of plants.


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Large stepping stones lead to the cabin.

 

The Morris & Co Garden designed by Ruth Willmott



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The series of interconnecting pathways reflect William Morris' first wallpaper design; Trellis. These lead to a metal pavilion at the centre of the garden referencing the metal inlays on the wooden blocks used to print his famous Willow Bough design.


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The soft, naturalistic planting follow the same colour palette used by Morris in many of his designs.

Morris & Co Garden list of plants.


The Place2be Securing Tomorrow Garden designed by Jamie Butterworth


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Woodland planting and the gentle sound of water offer children a safe space to relax.


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Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby' with Verbascum 'Clementine' and Cirsium atropurpureum 
 
 

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Some key plants in order of appearance: Omphalodes cappadocica 'Cherry Ingram, Alchemilla erythropoda, Luzula nivea, Centranthus ruber 'Albus', Camassia quamash, Cenolophium denudatum, Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby', Tiarella cordifolia and Centranthus lecoqii.

 
 

Click HERE to find out more about Place2be and the work they do.


The Boodles Travel Garden designed by Thomas Hoblyn


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Water runs through the garden indicating the journey undertaken by Anthony Wainwright in 1962


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Shade loving plants include: Darmera, ferns and Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty' 


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Fern leaves imprinted on the back wall
 
 

Find out more about the garden HERE.



The Meta Garden: Growing the Future designed by Joe Perkins



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The design of the garden emphasises the relationship between plants and funghi within a woodland ecosystem.

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The complex pavilion at the centre of the garden


A Rewilding Britain Landscape designed Urquhart and Hunt


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Awarded Best Show Garden, this design shows a rewilding landscape in South West England and celebrates the reintroduction of beavers.


A Textile Garden For Fashion Revolution designed by Lottie Delamain


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The garden is designed to explore the relationship between plants and textiles, with fabrics coloured using natural dyes from plants displayed in the garden.

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The planting consists of plants used to achieve different shades of colour.
 

Find out more about the Fashion Revolution HERE


The St Mungo's Putting Down Roots Garden designed by CityScapes


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The St Mungo's garden has been designed as an inclusive space bringing plants and people together.

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Their 'Putting Down Roots Programme' helps people recover from homelessness, helping them to regain confidence and learn new skills.

St Mungo's Homeless Charity

 

The Core Arts Front Garden Revolution designed by Andy Smith-Williams


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Re-imagining the potential of front gardens

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Iris 'Jane Phillips' and Verbascum 'Helen Johnson' add a splash of colour to the planting.


A Stitchers' Garden designed by Frederic Whyte


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This garden celebrates Fine Cell Work, a charity working with prisoners, teaching them needle work.
 
 

Find out more about the work they do HERE.


The SSAFA Sanctuary Garden


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The soft planting reflects the colours of the armed forces whilst the shelter offers a quiet, protected space within a larger garden.
 

The SSAFA are an Armed Forces charity that help ex servicemen and women throught the transition process. Find out more about them HERE. 

 

 

MEDITE SMARTPLY Garden designed by Sarah Eberle

 

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The Chelsea Flower Show 2022


The RAF Benevolent Fund Garden designed by John Everiss



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The sculpture shows a young pilot looking at the sky during the Battle of Britain.

The RAF Benevolent Fund


The Perennial Garden With Love deisgned by Richard Miers


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The neon sign at the centre of the garden reading ' If I had a flower for everytime I thought of you'.


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White alliums and maroon coloured lupins are repeated throughout the planting.


Perennial; a charity helping people in horticulture.

 

 

Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station Garden designed by Howard & Hugh Miller


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The design explores how foraging can encourage engagement with nature.

 

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The precast concrete 'strands' make up a picnic blanket with edible herbs growing through the squares.

 

Find out more about the Alder Hey Garden HERE.

 

The Wild Kitchen Garden designed by Ann Treneman




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The Enchanted Rain Garden designed by Bea Tann


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The Mediterranean Reflection Garden designed by Tanya Wilson & Johanna Norlin


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The Still Garden designed by Jane Porter


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The Floral Marquee


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Foster Irises on the Plant Heritage Stand

 

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Asa, Nicola, Emily & Leanne
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