Chelsea Flower Show goes digital
Gardening is going into the digital age at this year's Chelsea Flower Show, The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced.
People enjoying hospitality at the event between May 22nd and 26th can use QR code technology to find out more about the gardens and exhibits on display.
The presence of the codes means visitors can scan these to find out more about the exhibits they are viewing via the RHS website, such as the QR Code Garden created by Jade Goto and Shelley Mosco and the code at the entrance to the RHS Environment area.
Also at the show is the Rooftop Workplace for Tomorrow Show Garden, created by designer Patricia Cox, which is based on the shape and design of the iPad and combines plants with high tech features.
The RHS has also said a number of its trade exhibitors at the event will be selling items using the latest technology, from modern water features to 21st century sundials.
By Sam Smith