There are 28 gardens at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show 2019, with incredible designs across the Show Gardens, Space to Grow, Artisan Gardens and Feature Gardens. Here are the winners.
Gold Medal Winners
Welcome to Yorkshire
The wonderful Welcome to Yorkshire garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show has received a highly coveted gold medal. The 99th garden by the renowned designer and landscaper Mark Gregory of Landform Consultants marks both the 10th anniversary and 10th year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show for Welcome to Yorkshire.
The Resilience Garden
The Resilience Garden was designed by Sarah Eberle to explore how forests and gardens can be made resilient to challenges posed by climate change.
The Morgan Stanley Garden
The Morgan Stanley Garden is inspired by the UK’s love of beautiful gardens and explores how to continue the tradition of creating herbaceous-rich spaces, while managing resources more sensitively.
The M&G Garden
Inspired by nature’s power to regenerate, this woodland landscape will be interspersed with stone platforms and huge burnt timber sculptures representing natural rock formations.
Silver Gilt Medal Winners
The Wedgwood Garden
The Wedgwood Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show has scooped a Silver Gilt medal with a striking design by Jo Thompson. This second Chelsea show garden presented by Wedgwood marks the brand’s 260th anniversary and reflects the entrepreneurial and creative spirit of Josiah Wedgwood (1730–1795).
The Dubai Majlis Garden
The Dubai Majlis Garden is inspired by the sculptural beauty found in arid landscapes, from wind-blown sand dunes and fluvially eroded rock to the manmade hillside terraces and the goat-browsed topiary-esque plants that colonise them. A sand-dune-inspired pavilion is the main destination and provides a calm and contemplative space for young people to meet.
Warner’s Distillery Garden
Warner’s – the UK’s leading farm-grown super-premium craft gin – has been awarded a Silver Gilt medal for their Show Garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The brand partnered with esteemed garden designer, Helen Elks-Smith, to create The Warner’s Distillery Garden, which brought a touch of its farm home to Main Avenue.
The Greenfingers Charity Garden
A lush green garden provides a peaceful, interactive and uplifting space where life-limited children with complex needs, their families, friends and carers can come together for play, relaxation or peaceful reflection. Set over two levels, with a lift and sloped walkways, the Greenfingers Charity garden is an accessible space for people of all ages and abilities.
Silver Medal Winners
The Trailfinders ‘Undiscovered Latin America’ Garden
Inspired by the temperate rainforests of South America, the garden is built on a steep slope, which is covered in lush, temperate rainforest planting that enjoys high rainfall, cool temperatures, and wet conditions underfoot. Dramatic waterfalls cascade into a pool, and a striking red walkway winds its way through the garden, around the waterfalls and among the planting.
IKEA and Tom Dixon: Gardening Will Save The World
The garden will demonstrate how people can contribute to the movement of growing at home, and make a difference to reducing food waste, as well as broadcasting the beauty and functional importance of horticulture, through both traditional knowledge and the latest in growing innovation.
Bronze Medal Winner
The Savills and David Harber Garden
The Savills and David Harber Garden is a celebration of the environmental benefit and beauty of trees, plants and grass in urban spaces. It illustrates a beautiful, sustainable woodland clearing in a city garden and showcases a host of sustainable features, including bio-diverse large trees, an air-purifying wetland area, a green wall and permeable surfaces.
Which Chelsea Garden is your favourite?