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The Importance of Flower & Garden Shows for Landscape Professionals

It was during the dead of winter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1829 when the first large scale garden and flower show was first held. Hosted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the Philadelphia Flower Show featured displays and competitions in flower artistry, garden design, and horticulture. 889 more words

Landscape Architecture

#TBT to Chelsea Flower Show 2018

As it’s Thursday, and I didn’t have the time to write about it at the time, here’s my own little summary of the joyous day I spent at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018! 880 more words


Under the Garden Gate

With the Chelsea Flower Show over I turn my attention to my own cottage garden where there are always some unexpected surprises, some good, some not so. 763 more words

Blog Posts

Lessons Sans Pressure.

All the wonderful wall to wall media saturation surrounding the marriage of the dashing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the stunning, nobody-does-it-better-than-the-Brits pageantry is history now. 560 more words

Home Front, Back And Sides.

Chelsea Flower Show 2018

Review by Dieneke Ferguson

5th June 2018

It was a real pleasure to visit the Chelsea Flower Show (22-26 May) this year. Most gardens aimed to inspire visitors in one way or another: whether it was to improve health and wellbeing, to make a difference by planting to control climate change, flooding and pollution or to transform their urban, compact or unusual outdoor spaces. 2,224 more words


What's it like working at Chelsea Flower Show?

RHS Chelsea Flower Show is undeniably the best flower show in the world. It’s the highlight of the horticultural year and brings out the great and good of the industry and allows people to relish in the joy of flowers and plants! 597 more words

The Supershoes, Laced With Hope Garden, a partnership with Frosts

About the garden

“Laced with Hope told the story of a child’s journey following a diagnosis of cancer, and the work the charity Supershoes does to empower that child in their fight. 68 more words