The Langham, London-Chelsea Flower

A collaboration with Champagne Laurent-Perrier, the garden represents The Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden on display at this year’s show, inspired by the prestigious Chatsworth Estate. Reflecting lightness, freshness and elegance, the garden takes central stage in the lobby and frames the entrance of the Palm Court to herald the start of the Chelsea Flower Show Afternoon Tea experience.

To celebrate the launch of Chelsea Flower Show, The Langham, London has brought a taster of the garden to its Palm Court restaurant, the birthplace of Afternoon Tea. Celebrating 150 years since the hotel’s opening this year, The Langham, London’s Chelsea Flower Show Afternoon Tea experience brings together the vision of several masters including Cherish Finden, Executive Pastry Chef at The Langham, London and ‘Global Chef Award’ 2015 winner, together with in-house floral designer, Adrian Ghione, and artistic consultant Matt Bell.

The Langham, London Presents Chelsea Flower Show Afternoon Tea Experience

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