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Hi folks, A big thank you to all who have sent such lovely messages of congratulations. On-site at Chelsea, there’s been plenty of hugs and handshakes for the team as they proudly show off the garden to visitors.
Hi folks, Here’s some pics from Press Day at Chelsea, where we welcomed Aussie classical guitarist Craig Ogden to perform in the Australian Garden. Craig is about to launch his new album, Summertime, in the UK. Thanks to our UK-based … Continue reading
Hi folks, More great pics from Jay show the final moments before judging. Awards will be announced at approximately 6pm (Melbourne time) – fingers crossed!
Hi folks, Taaa da! Here it is, the Australian Garden presented by the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. As Dr Phil Moors wrote this morning: “The construction and planting teams have done a superlative job – the garden looks magnificent and … Continue reading
Hi folks, We’re almost there…
Hi folks, Just a little side-bar as we wait for the judging results… We’ve put together a list for the UK media and UK residents which shows which plants from our Show Garden would grow well in UK gardens. The Top … Continue reading
Hi folks, Chris Russell, Director at RBG Cranbourne, reports from Chelsea and describes the mood on-site at the Show Garden… “Hi everyone Another brief update from your team in London. Just completed day 7 for the planting team. It has … Continue reading
Hi folks, The latest images from Jay show just how far the Show Garden has come over the weekend. With just three days to go til judging, it’s all hands on deck as we complete the planting and add the finishing … Continue reading
A breath away from judging and the crew has broken the back of the planting phase. Jim explains his rationale for staying away from the linear arrangements of English Gardens and some heavy machinery is employed to create the perfect … Continue reading