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Lawns trending at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Grass Clippings - The Daily Telegraph Garden - The Frustrated GardenerIt is normally a very rare sight to see a lawn featured in a show garden at the World famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show but this year, there was a trend towards including a lawn in the garden designs.  That's great news for lawns!

Garden Designers, Tommaso del Buono and Paul Gazerwitz bucked the trend of a non turf show garden by including large green swards in their gold awarded The Telegraph sponsored garden, featuring a contemporary Italian design.  It was second in the best show garden category being pipped to the top spot sadly by Laurent-Perrier that also had lawns featured in their garden. 

If you need some help with your lawn to turn it into a show lawn, search the 700 or so articles on this lawn advice blog to assist you in your quest for a lawn to be proud of.

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