Dry gardening at Chelsea Flower Show

The dry weather in Southern England continues with no sign of heavy rain before Chelsea opens on Monday for judging on Members Day.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1387551/UK-weather-Heatwave-way-hottest-May-350-years.html

Gardening in the current dry weather is  proving very challenging but there is help at hand from one of the Chelsea Flower Show gardens tipped to win Best in Show.

The native Australian plants featuring in the Australian Show Garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show are thriving in the warm weather. The team behind the garden have put together their top tips for dry weather to help plants  cope with the heat.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/chelseaflowershow/8523988/Advice-on-gardening-in-dry-weather-from-the-Chelsea-Flower-Show.html

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