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The Royal Horticultural Society’s esteemed Chelsea Flower Show returns on May 24 for what looks set to be another blooming marvellous display of all things garden.As usual, the show will run for five days in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, from Tuesday May 24 to Saturday May 28.The charity is a joint project with the Prince Seeiso of Lesotho and aims to help to raise funds for the land-locked African country's most vulnerable children, many of whom are victims of extreme poverty and the HIV/AIDs epidemic. Harry meets a colourfully-dressed lady (left) from the land-locked African country.Right, a thoughtful-looking Prince Harry strolls through the Hope in Vulnerability garden, which he helped to design The Queen has missed just 12 Chelsea Flower Shows since her coronation in 1953: Here (left), she is pictured holding a rose at the West London event in 1960, with the Duke of Edinburgh smiling behind her.The prince has just returned from his tour of Australia and New Zealand and looked happy to be in familiar territory.Right, Harry examines a cushion, which uses traditional Lesotho design in its pattern His continued charity work for his African charity, Sentebale (which translates as ‘Forget Me Not’), has seen him work with different garden designers to create some of the most popular gardens at the event in recent years.
He arrived in SW3 this morning to see his handiwork brought to life with designer Matt Keightley No hint of jetlag?Highlights to the Chelsea Flower Show include the avant-garde show gardens designed by leading names with Floral Marquee at the centrepiece.The Show also features smaller gardens such as the Artisan and Urban Gardens.And, indeed, when Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne in 1953, the event enjoyed a special atmosphere with many members of the Royal Family visiting the show.Somewhat sadly, the Queen herself couldn't attend due to the stream of commitments that her new role required of her.
Be dazzled by colourful flowers, innovative garden designs and amazing horticultural exhibits at one of the world’s most prestigious flower shows.