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Chelsea Flowershow; ticket for sale.


By hanne


Chelsea Flowershow; ticket for sale.

Hi again.

It has been a while since last time. Time is running. But now I´am starting thinking England/London again. I´am going to Chelsea Flowershow for my second time. I think it will be a very good habit.

This year we have that problem, that one of my friends is sick. So I have one extra ticket for sale.

It is whole day entry wedensday 23 May. I will sell it with 10 % discount = 40 £.

If you are interestet please send me a mesage or better a mail:

I have been making a blog, take a look if you want. But I´m sorry, it is in danish.

This year we are going to see Wisley garden too, that will be for the first time. Regents park we wants to see again. And I believe that I´am going to visit The Garden Museum. I like your country and your gardens very much, and of corse the helpfull people I have met there.

Have a nice weekend.

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If you'd had two available, I'd have snapped them up...

27 Apr, 2012


I wish I could go... maybe next year. Been there couple years ago.
Regents Garden is a must, Wisley is fantastic, don't forget KEW Gardens. I would say don't bother with The Garden Museum. It was huge dissapointment to me. RHS Hyde Hall is worth paying a visit as well:)

27 Apr, 2012


Was The Garden Museum too small og just not interesting? I think I go, then we can see a bit of the middle of London too. And heading to Regents park afterwards.

Wi saw Kew last year, I would like to do it again, but we only have 3 days.

I go with five friends leaving husbond and kids at home, I look forward to it all.

27 Apr, 2012


Hi Hanne.
Thank you for your kind words about the UK and our gardens.

I hope you have a lovely time at Chelsea Flower Show :o)

27 Apr, 2012


The ticket is sold now. Thank you for reading. I will return with pictures of the show.

28 Apr, 2012


will be waiting for pictures.
As for The Garden Museum - it's located in a lovely church near Thames. There is little garden attached to it. It is nice but I was expecting much more than just a few displays inside museum for £6. Was hoping to get some materials and ideas for my course as well.
There is plenty more to see in other museums in London for free. V & A Museum is my favourite.

29 Apr, 2012

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