RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Gallery

Showcasing just a few of the many wonderful plant varieties and combinations on display at Chelsea this year. Lupins and Foxgloves feature heavily, and I love their tall ethereal look that looks striking against a backdrop of lower growing plants.

Click on the images to get a closer look. 

Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Plants
2018-05-25T11:47:58+00:00

2 Comments

  1. Sharon Atkinson May 29, 2018 at 1:09 pm - Reply

    I would like to help me. Out with some plants our garden. We live in Slings beach south Australia. We are going to put some new plants in our garden this and going to make 3 tiars with wood, but I want colour all year in it. We are 2 street’s from the beach we in tend to buy some good soil!

    • Domoney Admin May 29, 2018 at 2:24 pm - Reply

      Hi Sharon,
      Thanks for your comment. That sounds like a great idea! I would recommend everlasting daisies, Scaevola Aemula and Anigozanthus ‘Push Pearl’.
      They all have colourful flowers that should flower for most of the year and are all native to Australia. I hope this helps.

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