What to see at RHS Chelsea 2019

What to see at RHS Chelsea 2019

The gardens are being built and we’re getting our cameras ready for the Chelsea Flower Show. Here’s our list of what to see at RHS Chelsea 2019.

The Montessori Centenary Children’s Garden

What-to-see-at-rhs-chelsea-2019-montessori-garden. Illustration of The Montessori Centenary Children's Garden.
Illustration of The Montessori Centenary Children’s Garden

Designed by: Jody Lidgard
Built by: Bespoke Outdoor Spaces
Key sponsors: Montessori Centre International & City Asset Management
Products donated: Duck Egg Pebbles 15-30, Duck Egg Pebbles 30-50, Duck Egg Cobbles 60-120, Nordic Shingle 8-12

The Montessori Centernary Children’s Garden celebrates 100 years of Montessori in the UK and commemorates Montessori St Nicholas. The garden is full of interactive features including an edible wall and wildlife pond area to involve children in the natural environment.

Designer Jody Lidgard chose a range of our exclusive, high quality products for the garden including all sizes of Duck Egg Pebbles and Cobbles along with complementing Nordic Quartz.

The Manchester Garden

What-to-see-at-rhs-chelsea-2019-marketing-manchester. Illustration of The Manchester Garden
Illustration of The Manchester Garden

Designed by: Exterior Architecture
Built By: Stewart Landscape Construction
Sponsored by: Marketing Manchester
Products featured: Ice Blue Pebbles

We’re pleased to be working with Marketing Manchester by supplying Ice Blue Pebbles for their innovative and inspiring garden.

The Manchester Garden offers a revitalised perspective on Manchester. Therefore the design brings together elements of the reinvigorated post-industrial city and allows visitors to immerse themselves in an urban green space.

Gardening Will Save The World

Computer mock up of the 'Gardening Will Save The World' garden. Lots of trees and greenery.
Computer mock up of the ‘Gardening Will Save The World’ garden

Designed by: Tom Dixon
Sponsored by: IKEA
Built by: Bespoke Outdoor Spaces

We’re all about DIY and low maintenance gardening so an IKEA garden was always going to be a favourite idea. The design is separated over two levels including an internal urban farm and an external tree canopy.

This garden helps raise the profile of the medicinal, health and environmental impacts of urban planting and growing your own. We’ll be looking out for ideas on balcony and windowsill planting. Check out more info here.

Oak Leaf Gates Garden (trade stand)

What-to-see-at-rhs-chelsea-2019-black-basalt. Black basalt chippings next to beige paving slabs.
Black Basalt Chippings

Keep an eye out for our Black Basalt 14mm on the Oak Leaf Gates stand on the main avenue. Oak Leaf Gates have been exhibiting at Chelsea for 20 years and have won multiple awards for the ingenuity and elegance of their trade gardens. Their team will be on-hand at Chelsea to talk about projects and the working models they have on their stand.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show is open 21st – 25th May and tickets are available here.

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