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The Future of Farming: we spoke to inner-city growers, Growing Underground, as they prepare for Chelsea Flower Show 2017

Last week, we went to visit salad farming start-up and suppliers to our Chelsea Flower Show hospitality offer, Jardin Blanc: Growing Underground.

Growing Underground grow fresh (and mouth-wateringly tasty!) micro greens and salad leaves using almost completely sustainable practices. 456 more words


Ben Russell's Cactus House to coincide with Chelsea Flower Show

Mayfair based contemporary sculpture gallery Hignell Gallery will be showcasing The Cactus House – an installation of sculptor Ben Russell’s striking marble and alabaster cacti. Curated by director Abby Hignell, The Cactus House presents Russell’s hand-carved sculptures, set against an immersive display of greenery designed by Conservatory Archives. 123 more words


June 2016

Chelsea Flower Show 2016

The T5 Gallery was pleased to support sculptors Michael Speller and Paul Vanstone recently at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

Both artists had a very successful show welcoming clients and visitors from the UK and internationally, receiving positive comments on both the works and design of the stands. 17 more words

What to do in London this week?

What to do this week and weekend in #London ?
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Enjoy yourself and book your stay with us, always at the best rate if you contact us, and/or if you book onto our official website. 15 more words

Montana Hotel London

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 for you at the Montana Hotel London

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is coming up soon now :)
be a part of this fabulous #event in #London and book early with us at t the Montana hotel. 44 more words

Montana Hotel London

A Garden Visitor

After visiting the Chelsea Flower Show in May I’ve been inspired to work on my own garden.  After all, who wouldn’t want a garden that looks like this? 138 more words


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Welcome to Spring

It isn’t quite spring yet but it won’t be long now!  There have been some warm days recently and I’ve seen lots of cheery yellow daffodils in bloom, but because it is early March the days can be chilly.  52 more words