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    Retail Therapy

    28th May 2011Chelsea Flower ShowStephanie Donaldson

    JC Gardens & Climbing Frames fabulous play equipment

    There’s even green roofs and green walls on this playhouse

    De Wit make some of the sturdiest and best designed garden tools

    Split oak woven oak garden fencing from sustainably managed UK plantations

    This extraordinary carved chaise longue is eye catching but of dubious comfort

    Who would think that string could be this lovely – Nutscene does!

    Nutscene is managed and run by a team of women – it shows!

    This National Trust shed cum log store is appealingly retro

    Big news from Bosch is their cordless chainsaw – no petrol, no wires and self-lubricating

    Air pots are big news with tree growers – as the fine roots make their way through the holes in the dimples they shrivel and self prune

    Sparrow & Finch’s clever and attractive bean support

    Oxford Planters have a magnificent range of top quality planters

    Garden Brocante is always a treat to visit with its wonderful range of old garden tools

    Garden Brocante has other garden ephemera too

    Nitrile Gloves are the way to go and Keanegardeneur has a range worth investigating

    This is some of the very prettiest of the metalwork on display at Chelsea

    British Plant Nursery guide promotes British Nurseries and puts together ‘jolly jaunts’