People are of the belief that it takes lots of
time to clean the artificial
flower. Also when you want to clean this type of flower it takes lots of
concentration and care to clean it. But the main thing is that you can easily
clean the flower. The simple way that you can use for cleaning this type of
flower is that you can make use of the feather duster. When cleaning the unreal
flower the only thing that you should keep in mind is that you should clean the
flower gently and smoothly. If you try to clean the flower harshly then it will
spoil the unreal flower. There are different types of feather duster that you
can find in the market. Also the price of the feather duster is not so high and
because of this you can easily purchase it. To keep the flower clean you should
clean the flower regularly with the feather duster. The feather duster helps
you to remove the dust from the artificial flower in a smooth way without
causing any harm to the flower. With little effort you can easily maintain the
new look of the unreal flower. This is also an entertaining job. Another way
that you can adopt for cleaning the artificial flower is that you can make use
of the compressed air. By making use of the compressed air people used to clean
off the dirt from the flower in office and house. In offices and home you can
make use of the compressed air to clean your keyboard, laptop etc. But when you
are cleaning your flower with it you should not make use of the heavy air
because it will damage the flower. By using moderate pressure you can clean the
flower. Another cheap way to clean the artificial flower is by making use of
the water and detergent. You can also soak your flower in it for some time and
then you can wash it to remove the dust from it. The most important reason for
which people like to go with the artificial flower is
that it is available in the market I different colorFeature Articles, shape and size. The
designer designs the flower in such a manner that it looks very attractive and
charming. Based on the decoration theme of your house you can make use of this
type of flower. When the artificial flower gets faded you can replace it with a
new set. 

The event began formally as ‘The Great
Spring Show’ in 1862 and was originally based in the RHS gardens at Kensington,
though the society had been hosting flower shows from its Chiswick headquarters
for several years before then, which had themselves been preceded by less
formal gatherings such as fetes. The reasoning behind the sudden upheaval and
exodus from Chiswick was largely due to the poor public transportation of the
era, which prevented many from visiting the area and had therefore seen a
decline in the show’s popularity, something that was remedied by the newer and
more central location. However, after twenty-six years at Kensington, the show
was moved again to Temple gardens which, due to the historical legacy it had
inherited, were felt more suited to the task.

Having moved to Temple in 1888, the society
was now free to lease their sites at Kensington to house more subject-specific
exhibitions, such as the Coronation Rose Show of 1902, although this show was
only partially successful due to high level of interest, but a noticeable
absence of roses! 1905 saw the show’s first involvement with the Chelsea
Hospital and, after three popular years at Holland House, Kensington, the show
was permanently moved to the hospital grounds to afford more space for
exhibitors.

By the roaring 1920’s these humble
beginnings had blossomed into an institution, the famous Chelsea tea parties
were established and royal visits to the show became commonplace – much to the
enjoyment of exhibitors, guests and press affiliates.

This year’s entrants, however, were a far cry
from the exhibitors of old – the ‘Best Show Garden’ was the afore-mentioned Brewin
and Dolphin’s commemorative garden, wherein designer Cleve West celebrated the
company’s 250th anniversary with an assortment of carefully pruned
metaphors. The Yew and Beech hedging, Mr. West stated, were there to symbolize
the company’s continued stability and structure, whereas the surrounding
herbaceous plants were representative of its creativity.

There was a new category at Chelsea this year
– that of ‘Fresh Garden’ and designer Tony Smith secured the ‘Best Garden’ award
in this category with his depiction of envy and desire in his ‘Green With..’
garden. The thematic structure of this display is derived from both its
planting choices and the layout that has been applied to them. Smith has
imprisoned a trio of Orchid flowers in Perspex towers in order to segregate
them from contact with their viewers, though many of us would be content it
just seeing and smelling the flower, it is the choice of tactility that makes
us take it for granted.

The Sotoyama garden by Ishihara Kazuyuki
Design Laboratory Co is one of the more culturally focused projects this year,
as it is named, literally, for an area of Japan that was famed for its rural
integration with civil amenity. The garden therefore exhibits a microcosm of
the way of life that ruled the Sotoyama region. The naturally sourced stone and
wood pathways and integration of nature and architecture reflect this and
indeed reflect an attitude toward nature that is sorely missed in modern
living.

The show was, as usualFeature Articles,
an absolute delight – now looking forward to Hampton Court in July!