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Go Inside the Chelsea Flower Show 2017 in London
by Elizabeth Quinn Brown
Architectural Digest Translate This Article
15 May 2017
On 15 May 2017 Architectural Digest reported:
It's no secret: The English adore their gardens. And this month, the most enthusiastic, including Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, can be seen in their element at the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show in London. The Chelsea Flower Show (which has, since 1913, been the Royal Horticultural Society's main event) is scheduled to return to London on May 23-27. There, 157,000 people will be admitted to admire the billions of blooms, which are bound to include the nation's flower, the Tudor rose.
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The collection on view is unmatched: Flora from around the world flourish in grand-scale installations (the premier 'show gardens' as well as the 'artisan gardens' and the 'fresh gardens') and in a 2.9-acre pavilion, where 100-plus exhibitors will show their best.
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