RHS Chelsea Flower Show
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RHS Chelsea Flower Show News
Birmingham City Council is to reopen its nursery at Cofton by the end of the year, with plans to supply as many local authorities across the Midlands as possible.
RHS show judges urged to make feedback more transparent and professional as new system starts to come into operation.
The warm spring weather has led to an explosion of bluebells in Epping Forest in time for Easter.
London garden centre The Chelsea Gardener has bought Anthony de Grey Gardens, Trellises and Garden Lighting businesses.
RHS Council member Jon Wheatley will take his Chelsea exhibit to Scotland.
The RHS Chelsea Garden Product of the Year judges have listed 17 products from exhibitors which have been shortlisted for the show's annual award.
The new Garden of Medicinal Plants at Chelsea Physic Garden opened on 1 April.
Manchester's "Dig the City" festival is expanding its show garden offering this year and awarding medals for the first time.
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