RHS Chelsea Flower Show

19 – 23 May 2015

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Trailfinders Australian GardenThe Trailfinders Australian Garden by Fleming's (above) is always a very popular exhibit at Chelsea. And this year was no different, with a design encompassing a studio space that looks like it is floating above the garden in a flower-like structure.

Best Artisan Garden went to the Japanese garden, An Alcove (Tokonoma) Garden for their depiction of a traditional tatami room.

For the Fresh Gardens, After the Fire took the Best Fresh Garden award with their interpretation of a forest regeneration.

In the Great Pavilion the Diamond Jubilee Award went to Warmenhoven for their display of alliums and amaryllis. The President’s Award went to Blackmore & Langdon for their delphinium and begonia display.

Other awards

  • RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year 2013: Mahonia eurybrachteata subsp. ganpinensis ‘Soft Caress’
  • Best RHS Environment Exhibit: University of Nottingham
  • RHS Young Chelsea Florist of the Year: Paula McLagan, Something Special Flowers
  • RHS Chelsea Florist of the Year: Laura Leong, Moulton College
  • Best Floral Arrangement (Session 1): Barbara Collier
  • Best Floral Arrangement (Session 2): Stephen McDonnell

Download award lists

Show Gardens (pdf)
Artisan Gardens (pdf)
Fresh Gardens (pdf)
Great Pavilion (pdf)
RHS Environment Award (pdf)
RHS Chelsea Young Florist of the Year (pdf)
RHS Chelsea Florist of the Year (pdf)
Floral artistry 1 (pdf)
Floral artistry 2 (pdf)

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