Anthropologie celebrates the Chelsea flower show

To celebrate and coincide with this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show (May 22-26), online gardening retailer The Balcony Gardener has teamed up with the talented visual display team from Anthropologie to create an inspiring Bee Happy Garden at the Kings Road store.

‘We collaborated with The Balcony Gardener to inspire our customers; showing them that city gardening is achievable, sustainable and beautiful’, says Zoe Hodson, Junior Home Buyer for Anthropologie.

From Friday 18th May for six weeks, the windows at Anthropologie Kings Road will be transformed into two beautiful, innovative urban gardens showcasing nectar-rich flowers and plants that attract bees, edible herbs and an eclectic collection of containers and pots.

“The UK’s bee population is in dramatic decline and if this trend continues, it will have implications for our food security. It’s a serious problem that’s very close to my heart and I was delighted to work with Anthropologie which has a like-minded green ethos”, said Isabelle Palmer, Director of The Balcony Gardener.

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  1. Its really good to hear that more and more people are becoming concerned about the bees because they play such a important roll in planet earth. I read somewhere that without bees we wouldn’t have hardly any fruit!


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