The first thing that hits you when you walk into the middle of the main Chelsea Flower Show pavilion is the smell.
Sweet, mingling Springtime scents of roses, lilies, tropical flowers…
I was lucky enough to be offered a press ticket to this year’s event. The Chelsea Flower Show is, in fact, sold out as usual.
So I went down to the show grounds on Sunday with my camera and took some photos to share on LLO.
The garden in the photo above (and the one with the water a few above that) is put together by Homebase for the Teenage Cancer Trust with cedar panels. There’s some photos on the Chelsea Flower Show website of the garden as a work in progress.
Apart from the smell, what hits you when you walk in is all of the vibrant colours!
The photo above is part of the very…
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