RHS Chelsea Flower Show

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More than 500 exhibitors will already be making plans and tending to their most prized plants in preparation for the 2015 Chelsea Flower Show, which has taken place annually (apart from a few gaps during the two world wars) for over 100 years now. Show gardens this year will include a Singapore-inspired tropical paradise, a perfumer's garden full of bergamot, lavender and thyme and The Living Legacy Garden, which marks the 200th anniversary of Wellington's victory at the Battle of Waterloo.

Tickets on the first two days (Tuesday May 20 and Wednesday May 21) are reserved for Royal Horticultural Society members only (at the moment there's still time to take out an expedient membership, which will allow you to buy discounted tickets and to see the displays at their freshest). Prices for tickets on the public days range from £30 to £58, depending whether you opt for all-day, afternoon or evening passes.

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