UK - (England, Scotland, Wales) also events in Italy, Australia, Slovenia and Japan
The Chelsea Fringe festival features a wonderful mixture of public spectacles, horticultural happenings and community celebrations at various venues around London, across southern England and in Scotland and other locations around the world. Special events include the Floral Flotilla at Henley in the River Thames, Camden Town weed and plant ID walks, celebrations of Capability Brown's 300th birthday, and many garden-focussed art and craft exhibitions.

Chelsea Fringe begin on Saturday 21 May and run for three weeks, at a host of different venues and settings across England and Scotland plus events in various locations around the world including Slovenia, Italy, Japan and Australia.

Building on the success of the previous Chelsea Fringe festivals, it will feature a wonderful mixture of public spectacles, horticultural happenings and community celebrations.

The Fringe is all about harnessing and spreading some of the excitement and energy that fizzes around gardens and gardening. The idea is to give people the freedom and opportunity to express themselves through the medium of plants and gardens, to open up possibilities and to allow full participation.

Entirely independent of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show (though acting with its support), the Fringe explodes out of the showground geographically, demographically and conceptually. Its events encompass everything from grassroots community garden projects to avant-garde art installations. Our open-access principle means that just about anything goes – as long as it’s interesting and legal, and on the subject of gardens, flowers, veg-growing or landscape.

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