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Chelsea Flower Show 2022

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 is back! We are delighted that the show is back on during the month of May, after a few years off, due to the pandeminc.

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.

The Perennial Garden ‘With Love’

The garden is packed with Richard Miers design hallmarks. It is structured, elegant, and classically contemporary, in a palette of green with soft white and plum undertones. Trees and shrubs include flat-topped hawthorns, multi-stemmed Persian ironwood, yew topiary and Portuguese laurel, with hornbeam hedging. There is also a central rill and paving and bespoke seating and sculptures.

The Meta Garden: Growing the Future Garden

Inspired by the mission to support British woodlands and forests for future generations, the garden has been designed to highlight the crucial relationship between soil, fungi and plants, which together form the basis of resilient forest ecosystems.

The Mind Garden

Andy Sturgeon's design creates a sanctuary for conversation in the Mind Garden. A circular seating area is set within curved clay rendered walls - it’s a place to sit side-by-side and share experiences and advice, surrounded by meadow-like spaces and calming birch trees.  A gravel path then arcs down to a lower level, bringing people together before the garden opens out before them.

The RNLI Garden

The RNLI was founded by Sir William Hillary in 1824 and Chris Beardshaw has created a Show Garden design, which avoids the literal, and cleverly marries style hints from the charity’s Georgian origins, with more contemporary design cues reflecting the forward-looking organisation that is the RNLI today. 

A Rewilding Britain Landscape Garden

Urquhart & Hunt’s Rewilding Britain garden at Chelsea Flower Show reveals the key role that beavers play as ecosystem engineers in landscape restoration.  Landscape designers Urquhart & Hunt have chosen to make beaver activity the core of their garden at Chelsea Flower Show this year, revealing how this keystone species is pivotal to ecosystem restoration, and showcasing how rewilding can benefit nature, climate and people.

The RAF Benevolent Fund Garden

The RAF Benevolent Fund will unveil its first ever garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.  The garden will feature a sculpture of a young pilot looking up at the sky. Standing at four metres tall and constructed from 1,200 layers of laser cut stainless steel, the state-of-the-art sculpture will be imposing and a moving tribute to all those who have served and continue to serve in the RAF. 

Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station Garden

Designed by brothers Hugh and Howard Miller, the Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station is a woven landscape; it is about weaving together the young and old, green and urban, play and learning and Alder Hey Children's Hospital with its community. At its core is the aspiration to inspire children to lead active, healthy, pleasurable lives. The garden is infused with the magic of discovery inherent to foraging.

The New Blue Peter Garden – Discover Soil Garden

In the centenary year of the BBC, Blue Peter will have a second garden to be homed at RHS Garden Bridgewater in Worsley. Designed by Juliet Sargeant, the ‘New Blue Peter Garden - Discover Soil’, will aim to open the eyes of children and adults to soil’s central role in supporting life and its potential to lock-in carbon.

Morris and Co. Garden

Morris & Co., the British heritage brand founded by William Morris in 1861, will stage its first Show Garden at RHS Chelsea 2022, designed by award-winning landscape and garden designer Ruth Willmott.

The MEDITE SMARTPLY Building the Future Garden

This garden is a celebration of the brand’s commitment to sustainability, longevity and wellness; for people and the planet and is designed by multi award-winning garden designer Sarah Eberle and supported by Alex Devereux.

The Brewin Dolphin Garden

A show garden that has been designed to showcase how a former 1900s industrial brownfield site can be transformed with the tenets of sustainability at its heart. With thousands of new homes set to be built on brownfield sites over the coming years, this garden reflects the challenge of inheriting poor soil conditions that many British homeowners will face.

The St Mungo's Putting Down Roots Garden

The The St Mungo's Putting Down Roots Garden is an ‘urban pocket park’, highlighting how people and plants can be brought together a city environment, and the ways in which green spaces provide personal and social, health and wellbeing benefits.

Hands Off Mangrove by Grow2Know Garden

Inspired by the events of Notting Hill’s Mangrove Nine in the 1970s and the global deforestation of mangroves, a keystone species that harbour entire estuarine communities, Hands Off Mangrove by Grow2Know aims to drive awareness of the severe impacts that racial and environmental injustices are having on our planet.