Chelsea? So last year, darling

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Chelsea? So last year, darling
27th November 2014

West London opens its arms and gives green fingered handshakes to welcome thousands of visitors every year to one of the world's most famous flower shows.
Now, though, a new show has come to rival Chelsea.
Organisers of a brand new garden show are hoping to attract the next generation of horticulturalists to East London with a display which aims to be the most accessible, inclusive and diverse of its kind.
The London Flower Show takes place in Victoria Park between the 11th and 13th of September 2015 and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Nigel Gibson, the event's Curator and Content Director, told London Live why the capital needs a new flower show after all. 

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