‘Plant a Tree for the King’ at the 2021 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

RhS Queen David Dodd, a green canopy garden designer at the RHS, told the Telegraph Guard:

I have built many gardens in RHS Chelsea but this is the first one I have done and I love the message of the garden. In fact, I hope it will encourage everyone across the country to participate in tree planting.

“Whether it’s a small single tree in someone’s garden, or participating in community projects to plant new wildlife or forests, we can all do our part by creating better habitats for wildlife and helping fight climate change.

And happily – October is the perfect time to plant trees!

In addition to the trees, Mr. Dodd designed the garden with boxing enclosures to reduce the risk of contamination Anemone ‘September is beautiful’ and amazing dark ground cover from Saxifraga ‘Kinky Purple’.

The British have urged trees to be planted in October until the end of the 2022 jubilee season. Millions of trees are expected to be planted to honor her majesty and to commemorate her jubilee. For decades. Woodland Trust is providing three million trees for the project.

In addition to planting new trees, Queen Green Canopy’s initiative will protect 70 ancient Durland networks throughout the UK and identify 70 ancient trees to celebrate its 70-year service.

Prince Charles said: “You are a farmer who hopes to plant a seedling in his garden, a school or community group that sows a tree, a council, a charity or a business that wants to plant a whole tree path or create a farmer. A new fence, everyone in the country can participate.


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