Garden at Linden Lodge school, Wimbledon, was designed by landscape architect Patrick Collins,

BBC2’s Gardener’s World presenter Arit Anderson mucked in with her gardening skills in the creation of a “Friends Forever” garden built for pupils with life-limiting health conditions and visual impairments.

Ms Anderson also officially opened the garden designed by award-winning landscape architect Patrick Collins, whose daughter Isabel attended the special needs school.

The garden will give children a quiet space where they can think of friends who have left to go to college or who have passed away.

Ms Anderson said: “This is a garden full of love.

“When I heard Patrick needed volunteers I wanted to help. Knowing their daughter Izzy would be leaving Linden Lodge meant that this would have special meaning to them and be a wonderful legacy for other children to share and leave memories.

“It was turned around so quickly, it’s a fantastic testament to everyone involved and to what can be achieved on both limited budget and time.”

The garden features plants from Mr Collins’s Silk Road Garden, which was the biggest show garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this year.

Mr Collins, who lives in Raynes Park, said: “My daughter Isabel attended Linden Lodge for six years so when she left in July for a resident college it was an emotional moment for our family and for the close friends she was leaving behind.

“We worked with the school to develop an unused area of their woodland walk. Now children can come here and remember friends who have moved on.

Arit, a friend of Patrick’s cut the ribbon on the garden with his daughter Lillie.

Deborah Rix, head teacher said: “The garden is so beautiful. It has become a really important area for the children to visit and think about friendship.”

Silk Road Garden Chengdu China, is architect Laurie Chetwood and landscape architect Patrick Collins’ fourth collaboration on the Triangle Site at the Chelsea Flower Show.

The garden is inspired by the rich history and culture of Chengdu, capital of the ancient Chinese Shu kingdom, and since ancient times known as ‘the Abundant Land’ thanks to its fertile soil and favourable climate.

The form of the garden combines architectural and planting design in a conceptual depiction of the different landscape features of Chengdu and the surrounding Sichuan Province. In contrasting planting environments it showcases some of the many garden plants familiar in the West that have Chinese origins.

At the heart of the garden the symbol of the 3,000 year old Sun and Immortal Bird legend, the logo of Chengdu City and Chinese Cultural Heritage, lies on a central theatrical plaza. A ‘Silk Road’ path runs the length of the garden, celebrating the commercial, cultural and horticultural legacy of the historic Silk Road trade route, and the Su-Embroidery masters of Chengdu.

A CHARITABLE GARDEN AT CHELSEA

Landscape architect Patrick Collins is designing a show garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show to celebrate the work of the neonatal unit at St George’s Hospital in South London

Patrick, from Raynes Park, whose daughter Isabel was cared for at the Tooting-based hospital from when she was born until the age of three months, is donating his time and design talents to support the neonatal charity, First Touch, as a way to thank staff.

Local company Landscape Associates are volunteering their expertise and manpower to build the garden, which is called A Garden for First Touch at St George’s. Director Richard Curle said: ‘As a new dad I am fully behind this wonderful project and feel privileged to support sick and poorly babies at St George’s neonatal unit.’

A Garden for First Touch at St George’s is inspired by the strength and determination shown by premature babies and their families on their journeys, which can be long and difficult.

A Garden for First Touch at St George’s is inspired by the strength and determination shown by premature babies and their families on their journeys

The main feature of the garden is a water course that flows through a stylised valley, representing the path that premature babies and their families follow. It has a turbulent source but becomes gentler further downstream as the journey progresses. On either side of the water, sculptural terraces representing contours in the landscape are planted with a variety of alpines and herbaceous perennials.

Patrick has taken the inspiration for the garden from his childhood home in Cornwall, and the garden of Isabel’s grandmother.

Sarah Collins, Charity Director of First Touch, said, ‘We are thrilled to have so many fantastic people volunteering their time and services. Without their support this amazing project couldn’t go ahead. It is a real tribute to the work of the staff at St George’s neonatal unit that we have the involvement of so many organisations.’

Miles Scott, CEO of St George’s, said ‘First Touch is an incredible charity. Their support to the neonatal unit is deeply appreciated and we are delighted that Patrick is using his talents and time to celebrate the work of our staff and First Touch in such a special way.’

Top Reasons To Visit The Flower Show

Nothing foreshadows the arrival of spring quite like the Philadelphia Flower Show, which returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center March 11-19 courtesy of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS).

This year marks the 188th PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, which draws visitors from around the globe to ogle spectacular feats of floral design from some of the top designers and horticulturalists from the region and the world.

Flower Show Fast Facts

  • The 2017 Flower Show opens Saturday, March 11 and closes Sunday, March 19.
  • Tickets at the box office are $35 for adults, $22 for students, $17 for children ages 2-16. Discounts are available by purchasing tickets online or at local retailers.
  • The 2017 Flower Show theme is “Holland: Flowering the World.”
  • Flower Show exhibits and main events take place within the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 12th and Arch streets.

The theme for the 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show is “Holland: Flowering the World.” Guests can expect to be transported to the land of vibrant Dutch tulip fields via floral displays from award-winning gardeners and landscape artists from the Netherlands and beyond.

Imagine windmills overflowing with flowers, wooden shoes sprouting colorful blooms and down-scaled versions of the bustling bulb markets that attract flower lovers to the Netherlands every spring.

(Photo by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia) The 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show runs from March 11-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

More than 250,000 people flock to the Pennsylvania Convention Center each year to witness the spectacle that is the Philadelphia Flower Show.

The stars of the event are undoubtedly the intricate floral displays that come in every shape, size and color under the sun. But fun new additions like a Dutch Shopping Village and Garden Spa keep guests entertained long after they’ve breezed through the Exhibition Hall.

The Wanderlust-Inspiring “Holland” Theme

Using the Netherlands’ massive flower industry as inspiration, expert floral designers from Philadelphia and beyond recreate Holland’s charming cityscapes and rural idylls with 30,000 flowers and re-creations of iconic Dutch scenery like windmills, bridges, canals and water gardens.

The Showstopping Entrance Garden

The adventure begins in the massive entrance garden inspired by the city of Amsterdam. It features a brick bridge adorned with Delft tile patterns and decked with flower boxes spilling over with blooms. A surrounding garden boasts cherry trees, sycamores and flowers ranging in colors from soft pinks to reds to purples.

Don’t get too distracted by all the colors to look up. Above the display, a floating floral canopy mimics Holland’s endless flower fields with 6,000 fresh-cut-and-dried flowers suspended above visitors’ heads.

From there, the Exhibition Hall is your playground — a 10-acre playground packed with dozens of individual displays that tastefully maintain the Dutch theme. Look for several towering windmills that hat-tip the country’s earliest attempts at harvesting wind energy. Bicycles are all over the place. They line charming bridges, a collection of spokes create an abstract sculpture in a display near the entrance, and one particularly quirky fountain made of bike parts features spinning wheels that kick water into the air.

(Photo by R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia) The Flower Show returns with a slew of special events including…

  • A ’90s-themed party
  • Fido Friday for pets and their owners
  • A Teddy Bear Tea for tots
  • And more…

The Futuristic Eco-Dome

In the center of the Exhibition Hall, a massive eco-dome shelters its own whimsical garden display and a stage area for groups to give demonstrations during the run of the show. Made in Holland and shipped to the States just for the Flower Show, the 70- by 30-foot futuristic dome is another example of Holland’s forward-thinking approach to sustainability. Wander inside to marvel at some of its green technologies, like solar energy production, pavement that absorbs carbon dioxide and a rainwater collection system. Maybe you could mimic some of the practices in your own garden?

Garden Spa and Pop-Up Beer Garden

New for 2017, a Garden Spa is located in the Grand Concourse, where guests can escape the hustle-bustle for a relaxing hand or foot massage, drink tastings or mini-facials. For the full itinerary of Garden Spa experiences and treatments, go here.

The adjoining Grand Concourse is where you’ll find a bustling bazaar with a Dutch Shopping Village and a Make & Take area that allows guests to test their green thumbs with a host of arts and crafts activities.

Looking for the bar? That’s here, too. Pull up a stool at the ARAMARK Pop-Up Beer Garden to enjoy adult beverages and light bites. A Fine Wine & Good Spirits shop is also set up nearby, offering samplings of 126 wines and spirits.

Shopping

Those looking to take home some treasures from the Flower Show will find no shortage of shopping opportunities in the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

You’ll find everything you’ll need and then some at the enormous Flower Show Marketplace, which in itself features 180 booths selling everything from gardening tools and handmade jewelry to home decor and, of course, more flowers.

If you’re only on the lookout for plants, don’t miss the smaller PHS Meadowbrook Farm Shop. There you’ll find an array of green beauties — like cacti, begonias, ferns and scented geraniums — just waiting to decorate your home.

Special Events

The Philadelphia Flower Show is much more than a spectacular show of flowers. The nine-day event also features a busy itinerary of parties, workshops and even a little shindig for your dog.

The Philadelphia Flower Show officially kicks off with an elegant soiree on Friday, March 10, that offers exclusive first peek access to the Exhibition Hall. Throw on something fancy and savor this moment to practically have the showstopping floral displays all to yourself.

For the cool cats, PHS throws a late-night dance bash on Saturday, March 11. Legendary Philly DJ Robert Drake and rocker Tommy Conwell play ’90s-themed tunes all night long. When not on the dance floor, guests can play games or take part in some grownup arts and crafts activities. Just wear something memorable for that floral selfie wall.

On Friday, March 17, Philadelphia Flower Show guests are invited to bring their hairiest, four-legged pals to the Pennsylvania Convention Center for a party just for dogs and the people who love them. The pups have a chance to run free and try tasty treats during Yappy Hour. After that, the dogs are welcomed in for a grand tour of the Exhibition Hall.

Following tradition, the last day of the Flower Show always features some type of party for the kids. This year, it’s Teddy Bear Tea on Sunday, March 19. Little ones and their pals can lug along their favorite teddy bear for a British-inspired tea ceremony that would make Paddington proud. The menu offers petite sandwiches, pastries, fruit and an assortment of delicious teas for kids and parents alike.

for a full list of the special events during the Flower Show.

(Photo by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia) Don’t miss the Flower Show Marketplace, featuring 180 booths selling gardening tools, handmade jewelry, home decor and flowers.

Tickets and Staying Over

Securing tickets to the Flower Show is easy. Visitors can pre-order tickets online and print them out at home, buy at area retailers or purchase tickets at the Convention Center box office.

After March 10, tickets can be purchased online for $31 (adults), $20 (students) and $15 (children). Note that a service fee of $1.50 per ticket is applied to all online ticket purchases at checkout.

Tickets can also be purchased for the Flower Show at a number of sales outlets including AAA Mid-Atlantic branches, Acme Markets, Giant Food Stores, Wegmans Markets and select SEPTA ticket outlets. Area retailers sell tickets for $29 (adults) and $15 (children) throughout the run of the show or while supplies last.

For complete ticketing information and group package deals, check right here.

With so much to do at the Philadelphia Flower Show, a single day’s trip just might not cut it. Consider making a plan to stay over in the city so you can take in multiple days of flower peeping and adventure hunting.

There are tons of wonderful hotels to choose from in Philly, and many offer special deals for Flower Show guests. Check here for Flower Show hotel packages, and check out the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package.

For additional information on getting there and parking information, check right here.

Philadelphia Flower Show

When:March 11-19 Where:Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street Cost:Online tickets, $28, adults ($31 March 11-19); $20, students; $15, children; Box office tickets, $35, adults; $22, students; $17, children; Free for children under 2

www.theflowershow.com

Gardens

Our gardens are created by landscape designers, garden centers and nurseries, farms, florists, schools, and non-profit organizations to delight attendees and introduce themselves and their services. Gardens and displays feature dozens of examples of plants, methods and materials to increase the beauty, the bountiful harvest and the ecological friendliness of our gardens and outdoor spaces. The gardens are judged just prior to the opening of the show by prestigious members of the New England horticultural community and awarded prizes based on creativity, use of plants and materials, color and fragrance, and ecological concepts among other criteria. Awards are posted at each garden. See if you agree!

In addition to landscape displays, you’ll also enjoy:

2020 Florists’ Invitational – Tailgate Party!

This year’s show theme, “Garden Party: Celebrating Friends & Family” provides the perfect opportunity to take the show on the road! Show Sponsor Subaru of New England will provide the transportation and our talented designers will set the scene for a wide variety of al fresco extravaganzas!

Beach Plum Flower Show
Newburyport, MA/978 465- 1739

Davis & Sawin Florist
West Roxbury, MA/617-323-4237

Petal & Crumb Florists
Upton, MA/508-330-7448

Sunny Florist
Boston, MA/857-496-1830

2020 Design Vignette Invitational – Let’s Take this Party Outside!

Outdoor Living is a favorite topic at the Flower Show but this year’s designers will showcase “Outdoor Living It Up!”. You’ll enjoy four colorful displays of al fresco parties in small spaces defined by manmade canopies or natural structures.

The Window Box Invitational – Welcome to the Party!

Get ideas on how to provide a floral welcome before your visitors even walk through the door! Designers will create colorful, party-themed live plant combinations in window boxes and complimentary containers that say “The Party Starts Here!” Sponsored by Renewal By Andersen.

And There’s More!

Don’t miss the prestigious Amateur Floral Design competitions presented by the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and Ikebana International. Get inspired at the Amateur Horticulture Exhibition in which hundreds of home gardeners and garden club members show off their carefully cultivated plants, competing for awards and providing examples of what the rest of us should be shooting for!

Flower Shows are always a popular educational and social event for Delaware garden clubs. They entertain and educate visitors and club members alike, while providing an opportunity for garden club members to exhibit their plants, floral arrangements, and educational displays. Flower shows help spread the word to non-members about the joys of gardening and serve as forums for learning and discussing the latest horticultural and design trends. Many Delaware garden clubs hold Flower Shows regularly every few years.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT FLOWER SHOWS

1. What is a flower show?

A flower show is a competitive exhibition of floral and/or horticulture and it may also include educational exhibits. To get started, your club must decide on a location and date for the flower show, a chair person, a schedule stating the types of exhibits, judges, and the staging for the exhibits.

A member of the Delaware Judges Council will guide your garden club
through these steps. Other resources are: The NGC Handbook for
Flower Shows, Revised 2017, and the Flower Show Stimulus Package
on the NGC website.

2. Why should my garden club have a flower show?

  • Educate and inform the club members and the general public on
    matters such as new cultivars in horticulture, what trees, shrubs.
    and plants grow well locally, and even design trends for the home

  • Stimulate interest among club members in horticulture and floral
    design.

  • Provide a creative and expressive outlet for club members.

  • Communicate the objectives of Delaware Garden Clubs to our
    local communities.

  • Attract new members who share our interest in gardening.

3. What are the benefits to me and my club of having a flower show?

  • Develops camaraderie among club members and helps some members to develop or expand their leadership skills

  • Provides a chance to meet and connect with potential new members.

  • Educates the club members in floral design and horticulture.

  • Promotes personal pride and confidence in members through recognition for their exhibits.

  • Informs other Delaware garden club members and the public of the club’s community service projects and partnerships.

  • Encourages attendance at Flower Show Schools, which provides an additional asset to the club and organization as a whole.

4. Is there a book or a class that will help members of my club prepare for a flower show?

The short answer to your question is, “Yes, you can purchase the Handbook for Flower Shows, Revised 2017, and you can attend classes at Flower Show School.”

Your club should purchase at least one copy of the Handbook For Flower Shows, Revised 2017, and multiple copies for your flower show committee would probably be helpful. The handbook may be purchased from the NGC secure on-line shopping cart, or you can contact Christine Cox in Member Services at NGC Headquarters at (314) 776-7574 extension 218. This handbook is full of essential information for the club and the flower show chair, in particular. There are many changes from the previous flower show handbooks, so it is important for your club to have the latest information.

Additionally, NGC offers classes that are primarily intended for training flower show judges, but these classes are open to any NGC member. Please visit the NGC website for information about NGC Flower Show Schools, including comprehensive descriptions of each class, dates and places they’re offered, and an application.

5. Where can I see a nearby Flower Show?

Flower shows are promptly posted to the Events Page in the ACTIVITIES section of this website when they are announced.

Rhs Shows 2017

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The RHS Chelsea Flower Show returns from 21-25 May with the BBC providing exclusive coverage of the most glamorous and famous gardening event of the year.

BBC’s Garden Rescue co-stars The Rich Brothers, and The One Show and 2017 Celebrity MasterChef winner, Angellica Bell, will be taking the helm of the daytime show throughout the week on BBC One, bringing all the excitement of the show to viewers at home.

Alongside Angellica, brothers David and Harry Rich – who made a name for themselves as the youngest winners of a gold medal for a Show Garden at Chelsea back in 2013 – will uncover the secrets of the gardens and reveal top tips from the best nurseries and florists.

Gardeners’ World star Joe Swift will also be joining the regular team, splitting his presenting duties across both channels with co-star Monty Don on BBC Two and journalist Sophie Raworth on BBC One.*

A regular for 13 years, Nicki Chapman will not be part of the presenting line-up this year after revealing she underwent surgery to remove a brain tumour.

• Chelsea Flower Show tickets

• Photos: Kate Middleton’s Chelsea Flower Show garden revealed

• Mark Gregory returns with Welcome to Yorkshire garden

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Much-loved experts – Carol Klein, Rachel De Thame, Adam Frost, Nick Bailey, James Wong, Toby Buckland, Arit Anderson, Mark Lane, Frances Tophill, and Juliet Sargeant – will join the presenting team, providing over 14 hours of coverage, including going live from the show ground and reporting on the latest designs and planting innovations in the horticultural world.

Meanwhile, food writer and baking queen Mary Berry, BBC Radio 2 DJ, Jo Whiley, and Eat Well For Less presenter, Chris Bavin, will be guest presenters.

Mary Berry returns as guest presenter Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

The Chelsea action will kick off early on Sunday 12th May, with Adam Frost and Bake Off host Sandi Toksvig, previewing the grand return. Adam and Sandi will reveal exactly what goes on behind the scenes in the run up to Chelsea, while meeting some of the top designers and growers and giving viewers a first glimpse at some of the treats in store for this year’s event.

Excited much?

The full programming schedule across BBC One and BBC Two is as follows:

BBC One

• Sunday 12 May: The Road to Chelsea presented by Adam Frost and Sandi Toksvig

• Sunday 19 May: The Launch Show presented by Joe Swift and Sophie Raworth

• Monday 20 – Friday 24 May: Daytime coverage presented by Angellica Bell and the Rich Brothers

• Monday 20 – Friday 24 May: Evening coverage presented by Joe Swift and Sophie Raworth

• Wednesday 22 May: 60 minute programme presented by Joe Swift & Sophie Raworth

• Sunday 26 May: Highlights show presented by Joe Swift and Sophie Raworth

BBC Two

• Monday 20 – Friday 24 May: Presented by Joe Swift and Monty Don

• Saturday 25 May: Highlights show presented by Monty Don and Joe Swift

*The BBC signed a new four-year contract and partnership with the RHS in 2018, retaining its position as the exclusive broadcaster of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, committing to broadcasting from the event until the end of 2021 with coverage across TV, radio and online.

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