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Chelsea Flower Show Tickets

The Chelsea Flower Show began in 1862 when it was named the Great Spring Show. A few changes have taken place over the years, including the name and location, and it has grown to become the largest flower show in the UK. It is also known and loved by many people across the world, attracting around 157,000 people worldwide every year. The event takes place for five days every May and features both new and old plants, as well as various displays and gardens. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is a popular annual garden event held in the grounds at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, in Chelsea, London. It takes place every May for five consecutive days and is well known in the UK and across the world, attracting people from all sorts of countries. A popular attraction within the event is the central Floral Marquee featured in the avant-garde show gardens, produced by some of the best. Various smaller gardens are also present at the event, including the Urban Gardens and the Artisan Gardens. Chelsea Flower Show used to be called The Great Spring Show and has come on in leaps and bounds since it first began in 1862 in Kensington. It has changed over the years and is now visited by around 157,000 people every year, making it the largest flower show in the UK. Tickets are well sought-after for this event and often sell quite quickly, due to the limited capacity of the grounds and that many people from all over the word flock to it. The BBC provides television coverage of the event and it is heavily publicised before, during and after. Members of the royal family also attend the show due to the fact that they are patrons of the RHS. New plants are regularly launched at the event, as well as many older ones being showcased. The event includes a range of awards for participants. The main categories are Flora for gardens and floral displays, Hogg for tree displays, Knightian for vegetables and herbs, Lindley for scientific interest, and Grenfell for exhibits of photos, pictures, floristry and floral arrangements.

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