A Round up of Chelsea Garden Show 2015

A host of celebrities braved the pouring rain to check out this year’s spectacular display at Chelsea Gardens Show 2015, annual display at London’s Royal Hospital. The celebrity floral enthusiasts included well known personalities such as Alan Titchmarch, Kirstie Allsopp, Joanna Lumley, Bianca Jagger and Bill Bailey.

Coming out in full force, garden enthusiasts from all around descended on the annual garden show looking for inspiration for their own gardens. Amongst the crowd, property presenter Kirtie Allsopp told The Telegraph:“Every year I come I’m inspired, and I leave with a long shopping list.”

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Celebrities and garden lovers alike were taking aback by the shows breathtakingly beautiful plant and flower displays.

Gardening guru Alan Titchmarch told The Telegrapgh: ‘’It surprises you. It’s good to see that all the planes are used here, vertical as well as horizontal and lateral, and it’s interesting.”

Taking home the gold medal for Best in Show, is winner, Designer Dan Pearson, who claimed top place for his spectacular naturalistic depiction of corner the grounds on a 105-acre historic stately home, Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.

The Sentebale garden, put together by designer Matt Keight cooped the silver-gilt medal. Designed to promote a children’s charity co=founded by Prince Harry, located in Lesotho Africa.

Crocus co-founder Peter Clay, the name behind 21 gold medal gardens, identifies garden design trends most likely to cause a stir at The Salsa Garden Show, including cow parsley seen in the rise of naturalistic planting, along with popular flowers Iris and Geum.

Passionate about flowers and clued up on the lastest plant and floral trends, we at Todich Floral Design, share favourite seasonal flowers, that are most likely to emerge in bougets in weddiings, offices and homes across the UK this summer.

Cow Parsley. Cow parsley; pretty clusters of white lacy flowers, continues to increase in popularity. Part of the umbellifer trend, meaning ’clustered flowers’, cow parsley grows in abundance in the summer months, and are often used to add a vintage flair to bouquets and wedding centrepieces. Its tall stems adds a a lovely height to flower arrangements.

Roses. A symbol of love and romance, roses array of rich shades, appealing shapes, scented, long lasting blooms and beautiful meanings make roses a popular year round favourite. Roses are versatile flowers that look great alone and add elegance and sophistication to bouquet arrangements.

Peony. The voluminous papery blooms of peonies come in a variety of rich shades, including red, pink and white and begin to emerge from late spring to early summer. Peonies are great flowers which inject much needed colour and plenty of glamour and romance to summer flower arrangements, but look just as spectacular own their own.

Carnations. Carnations are hardy evergreen flowers with multilayered petals and narrow upright stems, which begin to blossom in mid summer. Carnations are scented flowers that are available in an array of colours, including red, yellow, white, pink, peach, orange and violet and other mixed shades. Carnations make fitting flower bouquets for the home, wedding flowers or to add colour to offices spaces.

Green Bell Foilage. Delicate, pretty and full of character, green bell foliage adds a vintage flair to flower arrangements. Whether its for wedding bouquets, home or the office arrangements, green bell foliage adds plenty of texture elegance and charm to flower arrangements.

A Round up of Chelsea Garden Show 2015 was last modified: August 27th, 2018 by Todd

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