As people become more conscious of introducing nature into the home, The Royal Horticulture Society have announced a new category dedicated entirely to house plants will be front and centre at this years Chelsea Flower Show.
To keep pace with the growing trend of bringing nature into the home, the RHC have revealed indoor gardening, along with sustainability and climate change, will be a major focus of the Chelsea Flower Show with the introduction of the House Plant Studios category for the 2020 event.
Greening up interiors has been a home decorating trend for a while, however, it is set to explode in 2020, with the RHS recognising this.
The new category will involve a collection of exhibitions offering a host of indoor plant inspirations along with detailed information about their health and wellbeing benefits.
The designers and stylists will have complete freedom to dress their spaces to resemble any room in the home, in an effort to illustrate the impact indoor plants can have in bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms.
The RHS hope visitors to the exhibition will leave with the knowledge about the benefits of indoor plants, along with having a better understanding of the impact they can provide for their health.
The move to involve indoor plants into the world renowned gardening show is part of a wider shift of the RHS onto focusing on the environment and sustainability, aiming to highlight better ways to combat climate change.
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2020 will run 19 – 23 May, with tickets available to be ordered at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2020 online.
For more information on the House Plant category addition to the Chelsea Flower Show 2020 visit the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2020 online.