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It’s the final day and after a few repairs to the flower display of the 2013 garden we are up and running as usual. Luckily the sun is shining and it threatens to be warmer than previous days so no gloves required yet.

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So that we can picture as many schools as possible, we decided to take group shots so that as many of our Miracle-Gro’wers would have a moment of fame as possible.

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Churchfield Primary School from Cheshunt were on the early doors and Kyla, Libby, Lucy and Samuel brought along their school Paddington Bear to view the new wonders of Chelsea.

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What luxury! A morning in bed on Wednesday recovering from the exhausting work of the Chelsea Flower Show - Jane allowed me this day off as I worked Saturday and Sunday.

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Chelsea Flower Show is at last open to the public and sure enough the crowds rushed through the gates at 8am eager to see the wonders of this year’s displays. None of them ever realise the site, just a few weeks ago, was an empty field.

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Final plant preparation today Sunday as the panel of RHS judges are coming to visit this morning at 11am.​ It turned out they were a little late, but I still had 8 minutes to brief them on the concept of the gardens and to remind them abou

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The four Miracle-Gro'wers gardens are almost complete.

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Tuesday 14th May and designers have been finally allowed into the Great Pavilion to start building the magnificent gardens and plant displays in readiness for the opening of the Centenary Chelsea Flower Show next week.

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Judging has finished and plant collections are taking place as I write. So well done to all the Miracle-Gro’wers who have grown plants and provided props good enough for this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. 

The Miracle-Gro’wers Learning Journey is part of the Miracle-Gro schools growing initiative.

Each year we work alongside Pre-Schools, Primary Schools, Junior Schools, Special Schools, Senior Schools and Academies to help children to get their hands dirty and enjoy growing, while at the same time, learn the benefits of fruit, vegetables and flowers, and the science behind gardening.

Chelsea 2014 - Floella and Charlton Manor pupils

As part of the Miracle-Gro’wers Learning Journey, schools are encouraged to learn about healthy living, healthy eating and to become good food ambassadors who can gently influence friends and family.

Discover the latest news and updates from the Miracle-Gro'wers Learning Journey schools program below...

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