From May 19th – 23rd 2015, we’ll be inspired by the best in garden design and unique natural themes.
We always love the opportunity to see our customers face to face and really get to know you, so if you see our stand don’t feel shy – come up and say hello to our lovely staff. We’ll introduce you to our totally bespoke blinds and shutters, and show you a variety of colours and styles.
Our stand is in prime position, you can’t miss us. We’re at SR7, so why not take the opportunity to come and see what exclusive RHS Chelsea Flower Show offers we have available?
Harry charity garden
One not to be missed! Explore Prince Harry’s charity garden, in partnership with Sentebale, a charity which helps vulnerable children across southern Africa.
Even the queen showed up to check out her grandson’s garden – so see what royal faces you can spot on your trip down to Chelsea.
Tower of London poppy creator
Thomas Sanderson are proud to announce that we’ve been welcomed back to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show again. It’s the gardening event of the year!
The famous artist who made headlines across the globe when he created “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”, is in exhibiting at the Chelsea Flower Show.
He’s created a fabulous 26ft tall sculpture, covered in thousands of hand-painted ceramic tulips. It’s hard to miss, and beautiful to behold.
Nick Mattingley, RHS Head of Shows, said: “The Great Pavilion will be, as always, filled with spectacular floral displays, and this marvellous tower of tulips is yet another very special feature that will be sure to delight visitors.”
BBC’s Great Chelsea Garden Challenge
Sean Murry, who is a nurse and not a gardening professional, won a BBC challenge for amateur gardeners. He’s designed a display for the main avenue at the show, due to be seen and admired by hundreds of thousands of people over the next few days.
His garden incorporates the RHS’s 2015 campaign, Greening Grey Britain. They lead the fight against the urbanisation of the countryside, as we get greyer and less green.
Murry’s garden display features both plants and a parking space, as an ode to the RHS survey that found 24% of front gardens are now entirely paved, concreted or gravelled. 28% of those surveyed said they had no greenery at all in their front garden, and that’s something RHS want to highlight.
About the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show takes place at the Great Pavilion, which is 2.9 acres (enough room to park 500 London buses). Over 165,000 people are expect to attend over the duration.
The first event took place in 1913, and it’s been an extremely popular event on the interior design calendar ever since. There’s even three companies that have been here since the very beginning, over 100 years – McBean’s Orchids, Blackmore & Langdon and Kelways Plants.
With inventive, unique gardens and a whole host of exhibitions for everything you need in the world of interior and garden design, there’s something for everyone here at the Chelsea Flower Show.