Want to know more about how Show Gardens are judged at the Chelsea Flower Show? Here’s part two of my interview with Andrew Wilson, teacher, author, garden designer and RHS judge for the past 17 years.
There’s nothing quite like the warm spring weather we’ve had recently in the south-east of England to encourage anticipation of the gardening year ahead, so this seems like a good time to tell you about a colour trend that’s been popping up in gardens recently.
The Chelsea Flower Show really is a feast for the eyes with wonderful examples of skill, expertise and creativity. The trends this year are circular ponds, low clipped Pines, multi-stemmed trees ( see below) and mostly informal planting, though Tom Hoblyn used yakushimanum rhododendrons and conifers to great effect. When I spoke to chief assessor […]