RHS Chelsea Flower Show greens our cities

Great news that the RHS is highlighting the issue of making our cities greener at this years Chelsea Flower Show with their interactive greening ideas for adapting to  climate change:

“Parks have long been described the ‘lungs of the city’, but with climate change never far from the headlines, town and city dwellers – and that’s 80% of us – can play our part in breathing life into the urban landscape. And gardens, however small, can make a very big difference”.

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Shows-Events/RHS-Chelsea-Flower-Show/2011/News-features/Gardens/Giving-life-to-the-city

Find out what else is on offer at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show:  http://apps.rhs.org.uk/emails/may_newsletter_2011_nonmembers.html?utm_campaign=P3%2Bsubject%2Bline%2B%2Bmygarden%2Bnewsletter&utm_source=emailCampaign&utm_medium=email

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