This event is the ultimate must-see for all avid garden enthusiasts out there, and this year’s show promises to be nothing short of breathtaking.

Running from May 23rd to May 27th, 2023, the show will feature some of the most exquisitely crafted gardens you have ever laid eyes on.

Exclusive new features

Get ready for a show full of thrilling new experiences. This year’s Chelsea Flower Show boasts several unique features, including the very first wheelchair-accessible garden, Horatio’s Garden, designed by Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg of Harris Bugg for charity.

Prepare to be dazzled by this incredible display of the healing power of plants, paying homage to its future permanent home at the Princess Royal Spinal Injuries Centre in Sheffield, featuring planting influenced by the flora of Sheffield’s wooded valleys.

Welcoming new species

Let’s not forget the new species of plants making their debut this year! Raymond J. Evison’s groundbreaking new species of Clematis, named ‘Tumaini,’ and Darren Everest Dahlias’ two new sweet peas, ‘Lizanne Davies’ and ‘Dawn Everest,’ are a sight to behold.

And that’s not all – get ready for the world’s first insect laboratory to be showcased in The Royal Entomological Society garden, designed by the talented Tom Massey. The laboratory will study insect numbers visiting the garden during the show and project magnified images of these insects onto screens around the garden, allowing visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the biodiversity created by planting.

Enjoy the show

Prepare to be captivated by an array of exceptional show gardens, including those designed by the talented House & Garden Rising Star 2022, Charlie Hawkes. This year, Hawkes has designed a garden in collaboration with The National Brain Appeal and Project Giving Back, which has been created for the enjoyment and respite of those suffering from dementia. Featuring a simple layout designed for quiet exploration and bursts of colour surrounding its three seating areas, this garden is sure to be a feast for the senses.

Accompanied by a light meal

Enjoy a dish from the delectable menus curated by the famous chef and writer Skye Gyngell, designed to call upon fresh ingredients with each day focusing on a different herb. Indulge in the taste of Chelsea surrounded by the beautiful herb garden, which guests are also welcome to explore and forage from.

The logistics

The Chelsea Flower Show is running from May 23rd to May 27th 2023, Tuesday to Friday, 8 am – 8 pm, and Saturday, 8 am – 5.30 pm. Tickets start from £37.85 for members and Sloane Square tube station is just over a ten-minute walk away. Please note that visitors are more than welcome to bring picnics, or choose from plenty of food options on-site.

Most importantly, remember to mark the occasion by taking plenty of photos! We can’t wait to see your favourite designs from the show. Don’t miss out on this fantastic event – the Chelsea Flower Show 2023 is sure to delight and inspire garden enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.