RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 Press Day
Celebrating our 27th Gold Medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower 2022
In May 2022, we were delighted to have been awarded our 27th Gold Medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, as well as the prestigious President's Award for our exhibit of classic and contemporary roses.
At the show, we also had the great pleasure of unveiling three beautiful new roses during the Press Preview day; ‘Oxford Physics Rose’, ‘Loyal Companion’, and ‘Rachel’s Joy’. All were eagerly admired by guests and celebrities alike, as they wandered around our exhibit soaking up the romantic atmosphere and exquisite perfumes.
With each entrance adorned with beautiful climbing and rambling roses, whichever way visitors entered the exhibit, they were greeted with a spectacular vista through to the classic stonework centrepiece, a cloister tower, beautifully dressed with our new introduction the ‘Oxford Physic Rose’.
Two Victorian rose-covered arbours with welcoming benches were also featured, offering the perfect place to stop, take a breath, and enjoy the 800 plus roses used to create the stunning exhibit, with roses ranging from the twelfth century right through to the modern day. The vast array of colours and perfumes delighted the senses and received a lot of attention and praise throughout the show.
The spectacular cloister tower (complete with Gargoyles!) was created by Redwood Stone. Specialising in gothic follies, Redwood Stone’s creations work in perfect harmony with climbing and rambling roses and always add something special to our displays at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Our exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show also featured multiple arches, gazebos, and pyramid obelisks created by Classic Garden Elemenets. Specialising in high quality rose supports and structures, we have worked with Classic Garden Elements for many years, both on our Chelsea Flower Show exhibits and at our gardens in Attleborough, Norfolk which feature many of their structures, including an impressive walkway and bespoke viewing turret.
Photo credits: Keith Mindham Photography
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