As we all know the theme behind the Chelsea Flower Show was to give solutions to save the green environment and with the variety of stunning gorgeous flowers along with their amazing scent that spread all over the air and the celebrations of the flower show really asking that question whether it’s a real celebration of nature or behind the glorious displays of flowers there is dark heart that remained unnoticed. Is the show ends up with being guilt of not providing the solution for safe environment or being a part of that environmental damage?
Along with all these question be remained fair to answer is that without damaging environment indirectly not any kind such big international flower show is possible and we are aware of it that the Australia Garden bought to show by bringing to the show two containers of stone and timber by sea and the six extra-large palm trees came from Spain through air and these flights emit 43 tons of CO2 that is nearly equal to yearly emission of CO2 in UK homes.
The energy that was wasted on organizing that show can be saved like Rueslyn Nurseries said that they had been lighting their nurseries since Christmas to get the early bloom for Chelsea and along with this all two industrial heaters were used to the maximum for weeks before the show and many use chillers in order to prevent plants flowering too early.
The theme of show demands to stop waste of lighting energy that was used during the show in day time as in the area of three acre Great Pavilion, which is naturally lit, had nearly all its internal floodlighting and external floodlighting on and about 50% of the open-air stalls along the main avenue also had their lights on this is failure of a show or success answer is up to you how you analyze it.
In RHS Chelsea Flower Show from May 22–26ththe fresh flowers unveiled in show gardens. This year we have something exciting about the show with new additions to the world-acclaimed showcase that is RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012.The show manager Alex Denman outlines in his own words some of the highlights and said that whatever you love about gardening, there’s something for you at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The flower exhibitions are the best places to decide about the flowers for delivery from any particular area with their specialty of popular fresh growing flowers and can be even availed by international flowers delivery in anywhere customers or sellers desired. Here's a rundown of the spectacular show gardens.
M & G Garden
This Garden was an inspiration by the landscape, Arts and Crafts movement, and garden designer Andy Sturgeon will create a ‘New English’ design for M&G Investments, that is the official sponsor of The RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The beauty of natural materials and country garden planting was celebrated by M&G Garden traditional craftsmanship.
Daily Telegraph Garden
The Daily Telegraph Garden is designed by a popular garden designer Sarah Price as she is co-designer of the 2012 Gardens at the Olympic Park that is the biggest new urban park in London since the 19thcentury and she also participated in Chelsea Flower Show 2012 to design The Daily Telegraph's garden.
Brewin Dolphin Garden
The Brewin Dolphin Garden designed by Cleve West, who also earned the honor of last year's Best Show Garden at Chelsea, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his sponsor Brewin Dolphin, he is setting next year’s big trend with a topiary garden.
The Furzey Gardens designed by Chris Beards haw to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Furzey Gardens in The New Forest, Hampshire where the garden designer and presenter Chris Beards haw uses one of the largest plots at Chelsea for that purpose.