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Third day of the Chelsea Flower Show

On Tuesday May 21, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024 kicked off. Visitors from all over the world travelled all the way down to the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London, England, to attend this annual flower show. Today is the third day of the show, which is also the last of the RHS Members' Days that are exclusively for members of the Royal Horticultural Society.

The flower show is well-attended as reported by WCG who states that 1000's of visitors attended their stand among which Mary Berry, and Sarah Ferguson.

Mary Berry at the WCG stand. Photo credits: WCG

Other visitors of the show include Chelsea pensioners and City of London School (CLS) charity fundraisers who visited the show with the World Child Cancer, the charity that they are supporting this academic year.

The Chelsea pensioners.Photo credits:Jacqueline Lawrie

The CLS fundraisers at the flower show Photo credits: City of London School

So far visitors of the show could enjoy a variety of gardens and landscapes. This years winner of the 'Best Show Garden' was first-time exhibitor Ula Maria who received a gold medal. The silver medal was won by Naomi Slade & Dr Ed Barsley.

Aside from flowers, other forms of design weren't absent from this year's show either. Ketley Brick, a brick manufacturer, was among others present at the show to present garden sculptures.

One of the scupltures that could be seen at the stand of Ketley Brick and their co-exhibitor Tom Hiscocks. Photo credits: Ketly Bricks.

Heather Palmer encourages people to visit the show saying:"Taking time out is a must, it can be difficult and you will come up with 100+ reasons why you can't take time off but believe me your business won't fall apart, it will still be there when you return." She also shared a photo impression, which can be seen on LinkedIn