RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 starts today. Here's our Top 5 Must See Gardens at this year's premier gardening event. If you're lucky enough to have tickets and are making your way to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, why not have a read...
A Trugmaker's Garden
Designed by: Serena Fremantle & Tina Vallis
A Trugmaker's Garden captures the traditional charm of the Sussex trugmakers; making willow and sweet chestnut garden trugs still to this day. Full of cosy old charm, and of course, trugs!
The Brewin Dolphin Garden
Designed by Darren Hawkes Landscapes
The Brewin Dolphin Garden features more than 40,000 pieces of hand-cut slate, making up suspended platforms that hover above ferns, and other woodland edge plants. The garden highlights the fragility of fresh summer growth.
Beyond Our Borders
Designed by Sarah Eberle
Beyond our Borders demonstrates how iconic tree species, represented by British oaks, grown in botanic gardens around the world, are being monitored to help identify new plant pests and diseases indigenous to that zone.
The Homebase Garden - Urban Retreat
Designed by: Adam Frost
The Homebase Garden - Urban Retreat is inspired by the work of modernist architect Marcel Breuer. The juxtaposition of nature and the man-made environment are explored, sitting within the urban environment, and promoting inner-city community.
Pure Land Foundation Garden
Designed by Fernando Gonzalez Garden Design
The Pure Land Foundation Garden uses cutting edge techniques and modern materials in design, to harmoniously combine the artificial and natural. Inspired by the dramatic Chinese landscape, the planting colour palette is influenced by Buddhist art and ritual.