RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Sep 21 – 26

RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Sep 21 – 26

Taking place in the grounds of Royal Hospital Chelsea from 21 to 26 September 2021 is the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Arrive at the beautiful spectacle in style! Book your private helicopter charter with us and enjoy the show without any of the traffic or parking hassles.

This year we saw a virtual Chelsea Flower Show go live in May, and although there has been speculation about where the show will go ahead this September, RHS is working hard behind the scenes to ensure the show continues with the health and safety of our members, visitors, exhibitors and the staff our top priority.   

The Chelsea 2021 show gardens will feature innovative designs and beautiful planting. Visitors will also have the opportunity to see the garden gates and famous faces including the presenter Jo Whiley in her beautiful Northamptonshire garden and award-winning designer Matthew Wilson from RHS Chelsea, who has been designing his stunning north London gardens for the past three years. 

The RHS has launched the RHS Queens Green Canopy Garden, designed by David Dodds and presented at the Chelsea Flower Show 2021 in London from September 21-26. The impressive and lush design of the garden occupies the largest plot in Chelsea this year. The garden features 21 towering trees that will have a huge visual impact on the horizon of Chelsea Flower Show.  

Highlights of RHS Chelsea Flower Show, also known as the Great Spring Show include show gardens designed by leading names, floral displays and centrepieces. Show gardens show top performances in horticulture in the field of garden design and innovative garden design.    

The first RHS Great Spring Show took place in 1862 at the RHS Garden in Kensington. Three years later, the RHS leased the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea and put on the show, advertised as the Coronation Rose Show, which turned out to be a general show as there were not that many roses before the opening in June. Ever since the RRS first held a flower show in her garden in Chiswick in 1833, it has always preceded the festival. 

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show, also known as the Great Spring Show, is a five-day garden show that takes place in May at the RHS grounds of the Royal Hospital of Chelsea in Chelsea, London.

This year, 140,000 visitors are expected over six days, compared with 168,500 visitors over five days in 2019. This is due to a reduced number of tickets available daily to ensure the show runs smoothly and to comply with government guidelines on social dissociation.

Garden designer David Dodds has created tall trees to fill the space around the show with the green and purple colours of Britain’s forests and remind us how important it is to protect them all. The September Flower Show will not only be different this season, posing new challenges to garden designers; it will also introduce new elements that reflect the changes we underwent as a nation during the pandemic and our renewed love of gardening.