RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019

We are delighted to be celebrating our 20th Anniversary, whilst once again showcasing at RHS Chelsea Flower Show from 21st to 25th May 2019.
Muck Boots at RHS Chelsea
Set to impress, the event will feature stunning avant-garde gardens and displays drawing inspiration from the key theme of ‘reconnecting with nature and the beauty of the natural world.’ Creating heightened anticipation for its opening day, The Duchess of Cambridge has co-designed the RHS back to nature garden alongside Davies White Landscape Architects. Influenced by childhood memories from both Kate and William, the garden aims to capture the magic of the outdoors as seen through a child’s eyes. This prestigious garden will be positioned near our stand, so is the perfect opportunity to catch a glimpse. With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry being spotted in Muck Boots during their Royal Tour last year, our royal link continues to reign.
Muck Boots at RHS Chelsea
As the World’s most famous flower show, RHS Chelsea promises world-class, innovative designed gardens. This year, the show will also explore the positive powers of plants, tackling issues from climate change and pollution to mental and physical health. Discover RHS Chelsea’s Artisan Studios, which feature five crafts-people, demonstrating unique contemporary and traditional pieces in beautifully-dressed garden buildings. Finally, take a break from the stunning gardens to indulge in numerous dining spots including Jardin Blanc by world-renowned chef, Raymond Blanc.
Muck Boots Award Winning Stand
For the fourth consecutive year in a row, we are the official, and only gardening footwear to be partnered with the RHS, providing the nation with reliable, durable and comfortable boots set to endure even the harshest surroundings. Displaying the award-winning stand at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019, we will also be exhibiting our iconic boot room - taking guests back in time through the 20-year heritage of The Original Muck Boot Company.

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