Monday, 19 May 2014

RHS Chelsea 2014 - The Show Gardens and medal results

Help for Heroes - Hope on the Horizon designed by Matt Keightley
Silver-Gilt medal at RHS Chelsea 2014
The BrandAlley Renaissance Garden designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes
Bronze medal at RHS Chelsea 2014
The Telegraph Garden designed by Tommaso del Buono and Paul Gazerwitz
Gold medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
The M & G Garden designed by Cleve West 
Gold medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
No Man's Land - designed by Charlotte Rowe - this is her first year at Chelsea 
Gold medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
RBC Waterscape Garden designed by Hugo Bugg
Gold medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
Cloudy Bay Sensory Garden designed by Andre Wilson and Gavin McWilliam
Silver-Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
Matthew Childs designed the Brewin Dolphin garden this year
Silver Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
Laurent-Perrier returns to Chelsea for the 16th year with a garden designed by Luciano Giubbilei
Gold medal winner and Best in Show 2014
The Homebase Garden "Time to Reflect" (Alzheimer's Society) designed by Adam Frost
Gold medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
Positively Stoke-on-Trent designed by the City Council with Bartholomew Landscaping
Silver-Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
Vital Earth The Night Sky Garden by David and Harry Rich
Silver-Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
The Extending Space designed by Nicole Fischer and Daniel Auderset
Silver-Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
A Garden for First Touch at St George's designed by Patrick Collins
Silver-Gilt medal winner at RHS Chelsea 2014
The Massachusetts Garden by Susannah Hunter and Catherine MacDonald
Silver medal at RHS Chelsea 2014
The Chelsea Flower Show opened its doors early this morning for the 101st time and all those attending were greeted with clear blue skies and rising temperatures. It promises to be a good year and there is plenty of new talent this year. These are the Show Gardens and medal results. Chelsea is open from May 20th - May 24th.

3 comments:

  1. So gorgeous. Would love to spend a day here
    Jordyn
    Pretty Lovely

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  2. There are some wonderful elements here, although as expected there are some aspects that I don't care for. Thanks for the first look!

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  3. Such a delight, every one. And you captured them each in perfect lighting, too. Do you have a favorite? How are you able to capture the gardens without hoardes of others getting into each shot? Again, thank you for my virtual tour of the show. Best to you....

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