Fleming's at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

For eight of the past nine years Fleming’s Nurseries have presented Australian Show Gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show.

We believe that this has generated enormous positive media attention for the Australian Horticultural Industry on the world stage, and particularly within Australia, while at the same time adding a unique element to the Chelsea Flower show itself.

The following links will take you to past and present websites of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show entries that have been submitted by Fleming's and their partners over the years.

 

2013 Entry

2013 - Trailfinders 'Australian Garden' presented by Fleming's Nurseries

For 2013, Trailfinders Australian Garden presented by Fleming’s is a showcase of Australia’s enviable natural beauty and Mother Nature’s timeless design.

Designed by Phillip Johnson, this garden reminds us that nature is the perfect reference for sustainable design, imperative in the twenty first century.

CLICK HERE to see our RHS Chelsea Flower Show Entry for 2013.

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2012 Entry

2012 - Trailfinders 'Australian Garden' presented by Fleming's Nurseries

The 2012 garden was aimed at recognising that the days of the large, typical Aussie backyard are a nearing an end. This design by Jason Hodges incorporates some much loved and iconic features of the traditional backyard within the confines of the more modern dimensions.

The judges awarded the garden a Silver-Gilt Medal.

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2011 Entry

2011 - Trailfinders 'Australian Garden' presented by Fleming's Nurseries

In 2011 Trailfinders and Fleming’s presented yet another unique garden design, this year based on discovery of and historical link between Australia and England through the voyage of The Endeavour with Sir Joseph Banks. This garden was designed by Ian Barker.

The judges awarded the garden a Silver-Gilt Medal.

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2010 Entry

2010 - Trailfinders 'Australian Garden' presented by Fleming's Nurseries

In 2010 Trailfinders and Fleming’s presented a design by Scott Wynd. Using his expertise with pools and wet areas set among an outdoor room, Scott’s design highlighted the very essence of Aussie outdoor living with a jungle inspired planting scheme.

Another Gold Medal result!

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2008 Entry

2008 - Fleming's and Trailfinders Australian Garden

This garden was designed by Jamie Durie (Patio) and built by Ian Barker and Associates.
The design aimed to highlight some of the many natural products, textures and colours of the Australian landscape, while at the same time offering a practical outdoor lifestyle space.

The judges awarded this garden a Gold Medal.

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2007 Entry

2007 - Fleming's and Trailfinders Australian Garden

Designed by Mark Browning of Cycas Landscape Design and constructed by Kiama Landscapes and Paving.
This was the first Australian garden that had not previously been exhibited at an Australian flower show.

The judges awarded the garden a Silver-Gilt Medal.

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2006 Entry

2006 - Fleming's Australian Garden presented by Trailfinders

Designed by Dean Herald and constructed by Rollingstone Landscapes, this garden was a re-construction of the garden that won gold medals at both Sydney in Bloom and the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.

The Chelsea judges also awarded it a gold medal.

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2005 Entry

2005 - Fleming's Nurseries Float

Designed by Jack Merlo and constructed by Total Landscape and Construction, this garden was a re-creation of the garden that won Best in Show at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show in 2004.

This garden was awarded a prestigious Gold Medal

 

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2004 Entry

2004 - Australian Inspiration

Designed by Jim Fogarty and Constructed by Semken Landscapes, this was the first all Australian designed and constructed show garden to be presented at the Chelsea Flower Show.

This garden was awarded with a Silver-Gilt Medal.

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