Saturday, 24 May 2014

Chelsea

A glorious day at Chelsea was had by Gillyflower and me.  The rain held off and the gardens didn't disappoint - the current trend for informal planting is very much my thing.  


The M&G Garden
Cleve West




The BrandAlley Garden
Paul Hervey-Brookes



The Telegraph Garden
Tommaso de Buono and Paul Gazerwitz


The Laurent-Perrier Garden
Luciano Giubbilei




The Brewin Dolphin Garden
Matthew Childs


The Homebase Garden - Time to Reflect
in association with Alzheimer's Society
Adam Frost




No Man's Land:  ABF The Soldiers' Charity Garden 
to mark the centenary of World War One


A Garden for First Touch at St. George's
Patrick Collins


From the Moors to the Sea ...
Alan Titchmarsh and Kate Gould
a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Britain in Bloom
and of Alan Titchmarsh's 50 years in horticulture


So pleased to see buttercups in a Chelsea show garden,
not quite so cross with the ones in mine now




The Cloudy Bay Garden
Andrew Wilson and Gavin McWilliam



RBC Waterscape Garden
Hugo Bugg




Vital Earth The Night Sky Garden
Harry Rich and David Rich




Help for Heroes:  Hope on the Horizon
Matt Keightley




Fabric
Chris Deakin and Jason Lock



On the greenhouse wish list


Favourites in the Pavilion
The most intoxicating roses








Alliums





Love the hippeastrums suspended above


Beautiful organized chaos



Birmingham City Council
Remembrance commemorates the start of WW1 1914


The huge metal poppy fountain was extremely poignant


The closest I'll ever get to fully grown delphiniums
(mine are munched out of existence by slugs and snails)


Peonies


Must try to find one of these ...


Artisan Gardens
The Topiarist's Garden
Marylyn Abbott



Togenkyo - A Paradise on Earth
Kazuyuki Ishihara


75 Years of the Roof Gardens in Kensington
David Lewis


Arita
Shuko Noda


Le Tour de Yorkshire
Alistair W. Baldwin


The DialAFlight Potter's Garden
Nature Redesigned



The Viking Cruises Norse Garden
Sadie May Stowell



Many thanks for your kind comments on my last post.

Hope all is well out there ...
Jane x