Sure, we've all been excited to hear what Monty has to say about the fabulous gardens at Chelsea Flower Show this year, but this is the guide we know you've so desperately waiting for - our lowdown on Chelsea gardens as Grace & Thorn bouquets - truly the only who's who you could ever need!


The Nurture Landscapes Garden by Sarah Price = Burnished Blossom

This ones turning a lot of heads this year, not unlike our beaut Burnished Blossom! Filled with sumptuous tones of amber, gold, peach and burgundy, we're getting pure sunshine!



The Royal Entomological Society Garden by Tom Massey = English Country Garden

Both celebrate all things pollinators and the beautiful wild flora that is oh so good for them! Think wildflowers, lush fluffy grasses and native goodness.


The RHS and Eastern Eye Garden of Unity by Manoj Malde = Stand By Me

A hot, spicy and joyous colour palette set off with jewel-like embellishments throughout, and a sweet, simple theme of love and togetherness - it's almost uncanny!

Memoria & GreenAcres Transcendence Garden by Gavin McWilliam and Andrew Wilson = White Noise

Classic and sophisticated but still entirely chic and refreshing, glowing whites and subtle hints of colour set against deep lush greens.


Horatio's Garden by Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg = The Whole of The Moon

Both filled with floaty blooms and verdant foliage, with sumptuous deep colours complemented by pops yellow - divine!

Both of these beauties celebrate form and texture, filled with movement and romantic colours (and a healthy dose of wildness!)

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