More pics from Chelsea. It was fun to see the seven-storey 80-ft pyramid fill up on Monday with 75 Royal Hospital soldiers. How they managed to engineer it all on so many different levels was amazing. I knew some of the gentlemen (and ladies) and they were thrilled to take such an active part in this year's Garden Show.
Few more snaps as promised from the Chelsea Flower Show. So delighted with the RHS staff who organised this 99th Show - really is the best in the world. Have been watching excerpts from it on TV all this week and have so many ideas for restructuring our garden. My own seeds are all germinating fast now and even the cuttings are taking on a new life, so lots of plants around.
More details and flowers to follow
Joan Collins at Chelsea (Sally Anne Kent)
Tomorrow's (Sunday) Fun Walk gathering in the Big Barn at Barleylands in Essex looks as if if will be a success with this wonderful weather. Kick off at 1pm. This annual charity walk began in 2002 and is the brainchild of John Baron, our MP. Our Cater Museum will be supporting a plant table with lots of craft and goodies - so do stop by.