|The Trailfinders Australian Garden by Fleming's wins Best Show Garden and a Gold medal at Chelsea 2013|
The Australians have taken top prize at this year's RHS Chelsea with Trailfinders Australian Garden by Fleming's winning the coveted Best Show Garden and a Gold medal. If you're off to Chelsea this week, you'll love this innovative garden, designed by Phillip Johnson, which showcases native Australian plants, set within an urban setting, while demonstrating the possibilities of sustainable landscaping.
To see the rest of the gold medal winners in the Show Garden category scroll down through the pictures below. They are The Arthritis Research UK Garden, designed by Chris Beardshaw (above); the Brewin Dolphin Garden (below); the Laurent-Perrier Garden; the East Village Garden (below); The Homebase Garden - "Sowing the Seeds of Change" in association with the Alzheimer's Society; The Wasteland; the M&G Centenary Garden; the RBC Blue Water Roof Garden and The Telegraph Garden, designed by Christopher Bradley-Hole.
|The Arthriis Research UK Garden designed by Chris Beardshaw|
|The Brewin Dolphin Garden designed by Robert Myers|
|East Village Garden designed by Michael Balston and Marie-Louise Agius|
|Homebase Garden - "Sowing the Seeds of Change" designed by Adam Frost|
|The Wasteland designed by Kate Gould|
|The M&G Centenary Garden "Windows through Time" designed by Roger Platt|
|RBC Blue Water Roof Garden by Nigel Dunnett and The Landscape Agency|
|The Telegraph Garden designed by Christopher Bradley-Hole|
There are 15 Show Gardens this year at Chelsea, as well as the Artisan and Fresh Gardens. Make sure you visit The SeeAbility Garden (below) - it was certainly one of my favourites, along with Le Jardin de Yorkshire, in the Artisan section and Jack Dunkley's Juxtaposition. I shall be featuring more gardens each day this week while RHS Chelsea 2013 is in full flower.
|The SeeAbility Garden designed by Darren Hawkes, won a Silver-Gilt medal|