Outside the great pavilion at Chelsea Flower Show were sculptures, gardens, grass animals, water features, stalls like John Deere and more. I was drawn to all of the sculptures and wish I had a big country garden to put them all in. A giraffe would be a welcome addition! I fell in love with these bird feeders in the The Greening Grey Britain garden. The woman telling us about them was lovely and said that her husband is a blacksmith who makes them in West Sussex. When we get our garden a little more sorted out and I’ve got extra money I want to order some. They offer free delivery in mainland UK which sweetens the deal a bit. The field of poppies exhibit designed by Phillip Johnson was incredible. There were close to 300,000 hand crocheted poppies adorning the exhibit as a tribute to those who have served in all wars. I wish I’d gotten more photos of the outside gardens, but I was far too busy running around like a child looking at everything. If only I had unlimited funds to fill my garden with all the wonderful summer houses, round huts, sculptures and water features that were on offer at Chelsea.