The M&G Garden by Andy Sturgeon at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019

Highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019

Be inspired by our images of stunning Show Gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.

The Show, Artisan and Space To Grow Gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 are particularly good this year, with many Gold medals awarded and a tough contest for ‘Best in Show’. Browse our round-up of highlights, below.


Winning a Gold Medal and the coveted Best Show Garden title, Andy Sturgeon’s The M&G Garden had trees and biodiversity as its central theme. Other favourite gardens of ours included The Welcome to Yorkshire Garden designed by Mark Gregory, The Resilience Garden designed by Sarah Eberle and Green Switch designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara.

Designer Joe Perkins won Best Space to Grow Garden for his Facebook: Beyond the Screen garden:

Space to Grow and Artisan Garden highlights at The Chelsea Flower Show include: Walkers Forgotten Quarry Garden, designed by Graham Bodle, The Manchester Garden, designed by Exterior Architecture, The High Maintenance Garden, designed by Sue Hayward, the Green Switch Garden, designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara, the Donkey Sanctuary Garden, designed by Christina Williams and Annie Prebhenson, and the Camfed Garden, designed by Jilayne Rickards.

Wildflowers and biodiversity were key themes at this year’s Chelsea, with one of the best wildflower displays at Sarah Eberle’s Reslilience Garden.

Other habitats were features at this year’s Chelsea, too, with the Art of the Viking Garden, designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes, inspired by wetland habitats:

The Royal Family paid a visit to the Show, as Kate Middleton co-designed the ‘Back to Nature Garden’, to encourage children to play outdoors:


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