The Chelsea Flower Show: Very informative!

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The Chelsea Flower Show

By NEILMUIR1
March 15, 2010

The Chelsea Flower Show is the most famous flower show in the world. Vitally important for the whole of the Horticultural community, it is also important to everyone from statue and furniture makers, to Artists, clothing designers, hat makers, newly released books and the must-have gadgets of the moment. To many people, it is the place to see new plants, to place an order for some or just a social event. Others like to meet the TV gardeners or simply to get a plant identified.

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Bonehead
Dec 4, 2014 8:12 PM CST
This popped up as a random idea (love those) and I thoroughly enjoyed this article. I have employed the 'Chelsea chop' to many of my over eager plants, but never realized what the Chelsea Garden Show was or the history behind it. Bravo, Neil!
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NEILMUIR1
Dec 4, 2014 10:06 PM CST
Dear Deb, thank you for your most kind comments! I have written a lot of Articles, Try looking at the Hampton Court Flower Show on my profile.. That is the worlds biggest show and is amazing!
Regards.
Neil.

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