The English Garden

THE SHOW Must Go On

Chelsea is the launch pad for so many of the new plants and products we use in our gardens. In the absence of a physical show this year, we present a joyful celebration of this remarkable event and its colourful history. There may not be show gardens to set the trends this year, but Chelsea’s exhibitors offer a tempting feast for anyone seeking the latest tools and accessories. Find all the products and plants that would have been on display had it gone ahead as usual. Just like the show itself, there is something for every gardening taste

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