Event    From 1862 

Chelsea Flower Show

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Originally known as the 'Royal Horticultural Society Great Spring Show', it was first held at the RHS garden in Kensington. It moved to The Royal Hospital, Chelsea in 1905 and now takes place annually for five days in May.

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Chelsea Flower Show

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Susan Daniel Rose Bed

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Fred Cleary

Fred Cleary

Member of the City of London Court of Common Council 1959-84, Chairman of the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association, pastmaster of the Company of Gardeners and a leading light in the many gardens...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Westminster Tree Trust

Westminster Tree Trust

Westminster Tree Trust (originally the Pimlico Tree and Preservation Trust) was founded by Lord Forsyth of Drumlean in 1982 as a charity dedicated to improving the environment in Westminster. Website.

Group, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
Manor of Hyde

Manor of Hyde

An area roughly equivalent to modern-day Hyde Park. It was owned by Westminster Abbey, and its woods afforded both fire-wood and shelter for the monks and for their game and water-fowl.

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Michael Norton

Michael Norton

At the time of his death Norton was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at High Street, Hampton Hill, TW12, married, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details. ...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy

1 memorial