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Top things to do at RHS Chelsea


The 2022 RHS Chelsea Flower is nearly upon us. This will be the first time that the show has been held at its usual time in May since 2019. This is what the RHS recommend you look out for if you plan to visit this year.

Sensational gardens:

Our exciting gardens are the best for spotting the latest trends and cutting edge ideas in garden design. Our spectacular Show Gardens provide a slice of gardening theatre, while the smaller Sanctuary Gardens embrace the benefits of gardens on wellbeing.

The new All About Plants category champions the positive impact of plants, and garden designers new to Chelsea have created Balcony and Container Gardens designed for urban living.

See the gardens for 2022

A fresh floral feast:

RHS Chelsea's Great Pavilion will again be filled with the glorious sights and scents of spring. Some of the world’s finest growers and nurseries will be back offering impressive displays and expert advice.

Making their Chelsea debuts are Home Farm Plants, Kitchen Garden Plant Centre, Baugaarden Living Art, Moore & Moore Plants and Alchemy Plants.

Meet the exhibitors

Heavenly Houseplants:

After an enormously popular debut in 2021, our Houseplant Studios are returning to Ranelagh Gardens in 2022 to provide more plant-filled home inspiration. Stylists have the freedom to dress each studio to represent any room in a house, and the range of designs is guaranteed to be both fun and fabulous.

Look out for houseplant help from The Plant Clinic, aerial inspiration from The Planted House, a sensory experience from The Edible Bus Stop, party plants from Malvern Garden Buildings and a workplace wellbeing boost from The Plant Workshop.

See the Houseplant Studios

Scientific innovations:

The Discovery Zone in the Great Pavilion is home to educational exhibits promoting the latest discoveries in horticultural science. Here you can explore these inspiring displays, many of which champion the benefits of gardening and how that action may combat climate change or improve mental wellbeing.

Highlights include the London Fire Brigade's exhibit on flood prevention and Dalefoot Composts and Eden Project promoting the need to choose peat-free composts.

Explore the displays

Retail therapy:

Chelsea hosts an array of horticultural products and is the perfect place to browse and buy something for the home and garden. You'll get to experience the stylish atmosphere of the show with unrivalled boutique shopping.

Discover the best nurseries and displays in the Great Pavilion, hand-picked tradestands filled with desirable gardening-related products and our RHS Hub – a one-stop shop for all things plant-related.

Find places to shop

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This story was published on: 13/05/2022

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