The Chelsea Flower Show is the first annual event in 1912.
It is also known as the Great Spring Show, organized by the Royal Horticultural Association (RHS)
The venue of Chelsea Royal Hospital.
But is there a dress code?
Here's the insider news. . .
The official website described it as: "The world's most prestigious flower show, inspired millions of people and led the way in innovative garden designs.
"It is very popular and attracts 150,000 tourists every year.
Members of the Royal Family usually attend, and the Queen sometimes attends as part of royal sponsorship.
It shows flowers and landscaped gardens, as well as some famous centers such as flower tents.
There are four award levels in five categories; gold, silver-
Gold plated, silver and bronze.
This year will start running from May 25.
Tuesday and Wednesday on the 22nd and 23rd are member days and the exhibition is open to the public for the remaining three days.
Tickets range from 5 to 42.
Members at 30 p. m. on Thursday, 107 for all members of the public-day tickets.
The show starts at eight o'clock A. M-
At eight o'clock P. M. , except to close at 5 on Saturday. 30pm.
Strictly speaking, there is no official dress code and you will not be rejected if you show up in jeans.
But most people follow a dress code that is self-evident.
Women usually wear daytime clothes.
Men wear jackets and ties, and dress with print is welcome.
A rule should be followed-no hat --
Even the Queen will follow.
Unlike other social activities such as Ascot, hat and fascinators, people frown when they block the view of the garden.
Flat shoes are recommended instead of high heels as you are walking all day.
Since the weather in the UK is usually unpredictable, it is better to bring a jacket if it gets cold.