“It really is a joint effort of the HPS Kent Group and great fun to be involved with.”
It struck me that people may be wondering what we all do Chelsea-wise, between our group meetings. I have been out in the garden doing Chelsea...
The six by four metre plot was marked out on the lawn and the structures built as much as possible. It is only when you see things in situ that you can appreciate the little niggly problems….
“The calm before the storm”
Our Chelsea blogger, Anne, has been away travelling but will return soon and bring us up to date with the Chelsea Project. In the meantime I've been...
See who our neighbours will be in the Great Pavilion at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Snowdrop and Hellebore Extravaganza held at Goodnestone on Sunday 22 February was a great success.
On a rather miserable January day the Chelsea team met at Mike and Linda’s to discuss the details. These ranged from practicalities such as transport …
Several of us were involved in previous Chelseas. Tim Ingram, Jeremy Spon and Sue Martin have probably got the most experience of Chelsea exhibiting …
Below are some lists of plants that the Chelsea Team thinks might be suitable for their exhibit in May. The first is a list compiled this year of possible candidates.
So far we have had two of these. We use a friendly, open, lawn space and start marking out the size of the proposed stand with line paint and stakes.
We knew that we would have to start actually growing plants for Chelsea well before we knew if we were potentially exhibiting. This gave us all the wonderful …
‘Over The Garden Gate’. Colin first proposed applying for Chelsea again several years ago but as a Group we were committed to other events.
The Chelsea 2015 Blog has just started!
Here is the first post.
HPS Kent group are definitely exhibiting at Chelsea next year.