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Chelsea Flower Show 2015

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Chelsea Flower Show 2015 with plant lists

The Telegraph Garden

The Telegraph Garden for the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show has been designed by the renowned landscape and garden designer Marcus Barnett.

The Laurent-Perrier Garden

Champagne Laurent-Perrier is delighted to be returning to the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, under the artistic direction of award-winning designer Dan Pearson.

Sentebale - Hope in Vulnerability Garden

The Sentebale garden – designed by Matthew Keightley, head designer of Maidenhead landscaping firm Rosebank and winner of the 2014 People’s Choice Award with his ‘Hope on the Horizon’ garden – aims to raise awareness of Sentebale’s work in providing healthcare and education to Lesotho’s most vulnerable children, many of whom are victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho’s HIV/AIDs epidemic.

The Cloudy Bay Garden

Cloudy Bay, the pioneering winery in Marlborough, New Zealand, unites garden design with a wine tasting experience at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

The Homebase Garden

Designed as an urban community garden, The Homebase Urban Retreat Garden by garden designer Adam Frost celebrates the striking design principles of the early 20th century design movement, by incorporating modernist materials such as concrete and corten steel, with simple geometric shapes to create a garden that sits comfortably within an urban setting and in which the local community and wildlife can flourish.

A Perfumer's Garden in Grasse

L’Occitane is delighted to return to Chelsea once again in 2015 with a new show garden, this time bringing to life the sights and scents of Grasse “the world capital of perfumery” with the help of award-winning L’Occitane’s La Collection de Grasse fragrances were inspired and named after this famous town in the south of France.

The Morgan Stanley Health Cities Garden

The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden is an artistic interpretation of ‘community’ and has been specifically designed by Chris to be relocated after the show to become the central feature of a new community project in East London.

Royal Bank of Canada Garden

Matthew Wilson is partnering with Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), to design the “Royal Bank of Canada Garden”. The sustainable garden highlights practical urban water management, including water saving and harvesting solutions for home gardeners.

The Beauty of Islam Garden

The Beauty of Islam provides a sensory reflection of Islamic and Arabic culture, designed by Kamelia Zaal of Al Barari, Dubai, the first Emirati landscape designer to show at Chelsea Flower Show.Based on a traditional, Arabic pattern that is set into a 45-degree angle, The Beauty of Islam breaks away from the typical, traditional courtyard quadrant.

The Brewin Dolphin Garden

Chelsea Flower Show garden designers take inspiration from all manner of things both simple and profound and for Brewin Dolphin Garden designer Darren Hawkes it was almost a Eureka moment. Just after returning home to Cornwall that he was walking through a small wooded area and he became entranced by the unfolding of the woodland ferns and umbellifers and thought how wonderful it would be to capture that freshness and fragility and bring it to Chelsea.

The Time In Between Garden

Australia’s most  loved garden guru from the Lifestyle Channel’s Selling Houses Australia, Charlie Albone, will build ‘The time in between,’ a garden symbolising the landscaper’s life.

The Viking Ocean Cruises Show Garden

Designed by multi-award winning landscape architect Alan Gardner, ‘The Viking Ocean Cruises Show Garden’ celebrates the launch of Viking Cruises’ first ocean ship, the Viking Star.

The Hidden Beauty of Kranji Garden

This garden is John Tan and Raymond Toh’s debut at RHS Chelsea and is inspired by Kranji, a suburb of Singapore with a lush natural landscape home to tropical plants, orchid farms and nature reserve  wetlands.

The M&G Retreat Garden

M&G has commissioned award-winning landscape designer Jo Thompson to create a sylvan themed garden retreat.

The Living Legacy Garden

The ‘Living Legacy’ Garden commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, and celebrates the role of Wellington College as the national memorial to the 1st Duke of Wellington.