During the event, there are floral installations all around Chelsea. We have highlighted some of the main areas in this article. Many of the floral installation will stay around for the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations and further.
Duke of York Square
Duke of York Square has a lot going on any time of year. There are restaurants, cafes and shops and nice open space for spending some time enjoying what Chelsea has to offer.
During the Chelsea in Bloom event, the several of the stores have put in a lot of effort to have great looking floral installations. Also three of the seven Jubilee Egg trail eggs, each celebrating a decade of the Queens reign, are located there. One of the central displays, the Floral Mini, a British icon in itself is also located on the square.
Seven eggs, all collective pieces of art, form a public art trail the “Eggs of an Era”. The eggs have been created to celebrate each decade of the Queen’s reign as a collaboration between Clarence Court Eggs, the Elephant Family and Cadogan to raise awareness of wild-life conservation.
Pavilion Road is a lovely little mews having design shops and especially restaurants where visitors can enjoy their day having nice food and drinks. The road starts close to Sloane Square and goes all the way up to Knightsbridge and Harrods. Pavilion Road has several floral installations and we have the pictures to prove it below:
Sloane Street goes from Sloane Square to Knightsbridge and is lined with designer shops and private gardens. Many of the stores are participating in the event: