The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is back next year at The Royal Hospital, Chelsea. The 2023 show will be sponsored by the Newt in Somerset, running for five days from Tuesday 23rd May and finishing on Saturday 27th May.
Themes this year will again highlight the ways that gardening can contribute positively to our health and wellbeing, as well as helping the environment.
Visitors will come from far and wide to be dazzled by the multitude of show gardens and to get lots of hands-on advice as well as endless shopping opportunities.
The Show Gardens have been announced, with a series of restorative gardens among 12 of them.
Returning to Chelsea are some well-known garden designers such as Sarah Price, Mark Gregory, Tom Massey, Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg, Cleve West, Paul Hervey-Brookes, Chris Beardshaw, Gavin McWilliam and Andrew Wilson.
There will also be inclusive green spaces for socially deprived communities to connect with nature, as well as gardens for patient recovery.
New for Chelsea is the first ever Children’s picnic. Held on Monday 22nd May, it will see 100 school children attending from some of the most disadvantaged areas of the capital.
The Great Pavillion will host many award-winning nurseries along with extravagant floral displays. This is a chance to see how some of the world’s best quality plants are grown and meet some of the world’s finest growers offering expert advice.
Brimming with activities, sights and sounds, RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the perfect day out with family and friends. To keep up-to-date with the events being held during the show, visit https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/rhs-chelsea-flower-show