GardenDrumNew ‘Feel Good Gardens’ announced for Chelsea

Five new gardens championing the benefits of immersing yourself in the sights, sounds, tastes, smells and textures of gardens have been announced for this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

A joint venture between the RHS and BBC Radio 2, the Feel Good Gardens will be celebrating the senses as well as BBC Radio 2’s fiftieth anniversary.

Matt Keightley’s texture garden, named after Jeremy Vine, will be one of the five new gardens on show at Chelsea this year.

 

The designers include Sarah Raven, James Alexander-Sinclair, Jon Wheatley, Matt Keightley and design duo Kate Savill and Tamara Bridge.  The gardens are themed for the five senses and are named after BBC Radio 2 presenters.

From allotment gardening to high-end picking gardens, there’s sure to be something for everyone in this exciting new addition to Chelsea’s displays this year.

More at the RHS website.

 

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