There are many other things to see at Chelsea apart from the gardens, the great pavilion is a must for all plant lovers and as soon as you enter the scent of flowers hits you.
As a veg grower myself, I'm always interested in the vegetable displays. Here is an amazing display with peppers displayed as a stained glass window.
Look at these parsnips and carrots, madness.
A mixture of colourful bean varieties.
There were a couple of strawberry varieties which caught my eye, but they may be more ornamental than taste good. A variegated strawberry and one with dark pink flowers.
I'm also drawn to the herb displays.
I like to view the sweet peas, well not view, sniff!
Here is a new variety that I will be trying next year, with a name like that it was a must.
Some sumptuous paeonies.
Some amazing plant displays.
The flower arranging displays are always fascinating, look at this depiction of a Monet painting entirely in petals and leaves.
There are also some interesting sculptures for your garden.
Would you like this snail in your garden?