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Chelsea Flower Show, 2017
24 May 2017 - More pictures from the show yesterday
23 May 2017 - Get the Chelsea look with these featured plants.
23 May 2017 - Burncoose wins GOLD for the 3rd year running!
19 May 2017 - Burncoose showcase pollinators at Chelsea.
17 May 2017 - Busy keeping facebook up to date with more photos.
15 May 2017 - Loading of lorries for the Chelsea flower show.
12 May 2017 - Finalising stand plants at Burncoose, lots of pictures in the tunnels. Pond surround and fake patio walkway all painted and completed by Louisa and Gerry.
May 2017 - Looking around the show tunnel with Gerry.
3 May 2017 - It looks like Gemma Arterton will be the RHS Ambassador for this year's show. We look forward to meeting Gemma on our stand and hope she enjoys the show.
1 May 2017 - Lots pictures from the Show Tunnel!
28 April 2017 - Pollinators are more than just bees!
April 2017 - As usual we will be exhibiting at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2017. We are hoping that this show will be as successful as our 2016 show, where we were awarded GOLD for our stand.
Our stand will be a 10m diameter circle featuring a water feature by Giles Rayner and a sculpture by Tom May. Plants that we will be displaying include : Acers, Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Magnolias, Calycanthus, Primulas to name a few.
The theme of the stand for this year is to feature pollinators and attracting bees. Our intention is to showcase some unusual plants and highlight their unique characteristics that attract their specific pollinators. Our stand will feature ways of providing habitats to encourage insects in the garden.