PLEASE NOTE UPDATE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE POSTPONEMENT OF RHS CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW UNTIL 21-26 SEPTEMBER 2021. THE PRIZE REMAINS THE SAME – BUT THE DATE HAS CHANGED.
This May, the horticultural world will be delighted to gather once again for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, to showcase the very best in garden design and planting. With time to reflect on what is key to our lives, our homes and gardens, top designers will present inspirational show gardens, while the very best in plants and nursery collections
will be on show in the Great Pavilion. Plus, you’ll find the most stylish garden products and accessories to buy that will add extra individuality and style to your garden.
This year the show runs for an extra day, plus there’s the Chelsea Late event, allowing visitors to explore the wonders of the show at night, alongside live entertainment and informative workshops. The show is a sell-out event every year, so we are delighted to offer the competition prize of a pair of tickets to visit the show.
We have one pair of tickets to give away to the 2021 Chelsea Late at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Friday 22 September 2021, 5.30-10pm. You’ll also receive a show guide, and Gardens Illustrated goodie bag. For more details about the show go to rhs.org.uk
Please see Terms & Conditions below.
HOW TO ENTER
For your chance to win, answer the question below
Closing date for entries 11.59pm, 1 February 2021.
More about Chelsea Late and other 2021 highlights
The Chelsea Late is an exclusive event that allows visitors entry to the show from 5.30pm on the Friday of show week. Walk the showground to discover everything the show has to offer and once the gates close to day visitors at 8pm, you’ll have access to the delightful surroundings of Ranelagh Gardens for an evening of workshops, live music and demonstrations. Other show highlights include headline sponsors M&G garden, designed this year by Harris Bugg Studio, a focus on the positive impact of gardens and plants, and a garden that celebrates the work of the NHS. The new Sanctuary Gardens category further highlights ways in which our gardens can improve our wellbeing. Discover more here.