A Woolly Debut at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

May 26, 2010

A discerning nose indeed! (image via Daily Mail)

This week London is celebrating gardening, plants and all that blooms at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show. It’s hardly an exaggeration to call this the Super Bowl, err World Cup of flowers! Gardens of all varieties are on display, and I was really impressed by The Daily Telegraph’s award winning garden!

The Daily Telegraph’s Winning Garden, image via Daily Telegraph

We’re so excited and proud that our woolly friend Felicity of Garden Beet has installed some gorgeous Living Walls at the show using Woolly Pockets! The garden, by Stephen Myburgh Designs, has a playful gypsy theme, with his striking hanging copper swings as a central focal point.

The pockets create a vivid and striking contrast for the swings, while using the least amount of space. We wish we could be there to see it in person! What an awesome garden! We hope you’re enjoying your garden. You never know when the Queen will stop by! Happy Gardening!

-Alex

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