The Great Pavilion has long been the jewel in Chelsea’s crown, and 2019 looks to be no exception.
More than 80 exhibitors are lining up to create dazzling displays, with many regular favourites returning to the show, alongside some exciting new faces.
Walk through the Pavilion's first Show Garden
For the first time in Chelsea’s history we’ll be featuring a judged Show Garden in the Great Pavilion. Sponsored by IKEA, Gardening Will Save the World is the brainchild of British designer, Tom Dixon. It will be a fully interactive garden, giving you the opportunity to walk through and see for yourself how we can provide sustainable, affordable and forward-thinking solutions to growing food at home and in the community.
Tom’s design work was awarded an OBE by the Queen in 2000, with the internationally-acclaimed designer having designs that feature in permanent collections at the world’s most prestigious museums, including the V&A.
Celebrate 60 years of fabulous floristry
The National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies is celebrating its 60th birthday in 2019 and will be pulling out all the stops to create a show-stopping display to mark the occasion.
The organisation will be looking to recreate its 2018 success, when the team won a Silver-Gilt medal.
David Austin Roses' golden Chelsea anniversary
No stranger to the Chelsea Flower Show, David Austin Roses is celebrating its 50th appearance at the show.
The family-owned business was started by David Austin who began breeding plants for a hobby as a teen. He went on to create a collection of roses that are renowned across the world.
One particularly memorable bloom from recent years at Chelsea was the Dame Judi Dench rose, named after the acclaimed actress and presented at the show in 2017.
This year there will be a special commemorative display on the monument in memory of David Austin who died on 18 December 2018.
The Discovery Zone
The Discovery Zone at RHS Chelsea Flower Show is (as its name suggests) a space for discovery – from new ideas and research in horticulture to campaigns and community-based projects.
Take a look around this exciting corner of the Great Pavilion and see the vast array of work that's going on in the gardening world and how you can get involved.
A floral crown to reign supreme
This year sees young florists go head to head in a bid to design a royal floral crown, celebrating Queen Victoria’s 200th birthday.
With a whole host of varied designs, the competition looks set to be closer than ever. Don't miss this year's entries in the Great Pavilion.
See pictures of the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show