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Chelsea Flower Show 2021

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021 is here. For the first time in the show's history, it is being be held in September as opposed to May, after being postponed due to the pandemic.

Chelsea Flower Show 2021 with plant lists

We are proud once again to bring you the show garden coverage this year including full plant lists. Get inspiration and add plants seen in the show gardens to your own 'plants I want' lists.

Show gardens: M&G Garden

The M&G Garden, designed by Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg of Harris Bugg Studio, is about transforming neglected, unloved areas into new, tranquil and beautiful green spaces in the places we need them most - our towns and cities.

Show gardens: 60┬░EAST a Garden between Continents

Designed by Ekaterina Zasukhina with Carly Kershaw. Over the centuries travellers from both east and west have collided at longitude 60°, the Ural mountains, where cultures and civilisations have met over the years sharing their art, their stories and their gardens; in so doing taking inspiration from both man and nature.

Show gardens: The Florence Nightingale Garden

Designed by Robert Myers, The Florence Nightingale Garden – A Celebration of Modern Nursing, was first intended for the 2020 show to honour the bicentenary of the acclaimed nurse, social reformer and statistician known as the founder of modern nursing. 

Show gardens: The Yeo Valley Organic Garden

The Yeo Valley Organic Garden highlights the importance of looking after nature and the health of our soil. Designed by award-winning garden designer, Tom Massey, and supported by Yeo Valley Organic’s Sarah Mead, it is inspired by Yeo Valley’s family-owned, organically certified farm and 6.5 acre garden at Blagdon, Somerset.

Show gardens: Trailfinders

Garden designer Jonathan Snow returns to Main Avenue for a third successive year with sponsor Trailfinders

Show gardens: Guangzhou Garden

Designed by Peter Chmiel, director at Grant Associates, and Chin-Jung Chen, senior associate at the practice, the pair's Chinese-inspired 'The Guangzhou Garden' pays homage to Guangzhou’s philosophy which gives equal consideration to the needs of people and wildlife through sustainable city planning strategies, reconnecting people and nature in a mutually beneficial relationship.

Sanctuary Gardens: Bible Society - The Psalm 23 Garden

Sarah Eberle’s Psalm 23 Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show is set to spearhead a campaign to see the creation of community gardens around the country as we emerge from the pandemic.

Balcony Gardens: Arcadia

Martha Krempel’s garden Arcadia is about providing an escape from the bustle of city life with lush planting which provides interest wherever one looks.

Container Gardens: The IBC Pocket Forest

For her debut garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021, award winning designer Sara Edwards is exploring and challenging conventional ideas of container gardening and thinking BIG - with her IBC Pocket Forest Garden.