Chelsea Flower Show 2020 Sarah Eberle's past gardens
Discover some of the previous gardens created by Sarah Eberle ahead of her garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2020
Initial details of this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show have been released, with gardens from Facebook, the Body Shop and Yeo Valley all announced. Several designers who have appeared at Chelsea Flower Show before return this year, including Tom Massey, Matt Keightley and Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg.
Read our news story on Chelsea 2020 garden designers announcement
Sarah Eberle is one of those returning this year and her 2020 garden is entitled Bible Society: The Psalm 23 Garden and will be placed within Urban Gardens category.
Below is a selection of images from some of Sarah Eberle's previous gardens. Head here for more information and ticket details for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2020.
A Monaco Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011
Mekong Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016
Beyond our Borders by APHA at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015
Breast Cancer Haven Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015
The Resiliance Garden, at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019
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