Award-winning floral designer, Lucy Vail, has the honor of designing the entrance to this year's Chelsea Flower Show – but she was forced to change her 4,000 individual cut stem creation and create an entirely new color palette due to the ever-changing weather conditions that have left florists and growers struggling to plan ahead.
Climate change has resulted in the delay of spring blooms, which means Lucy's vision for a sea of blue flowers for her showstopping RHS Chelsea 2023 display was changed to a more widely available pink palette to better align with the ever-changing unpredictable seasons.
This year's design, which visitors will see at The London Gate, takes inspiration from the movement of the sea. Lucy, who runs Lucy Vail Floristry – an award-winning luxury floral design studio championing British-grown flowers and foliage, colorful seasonal blooms, and arrangements made with no single-use plastic – is known for creating the most spectacular, high-impact, and immersive installations at weddings and events.
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