The Daily Telegraph has announced its readers will be able to take advantage of a number of discounts in Chelsea during the Royal Horticultural Societys (RHS) Flower Show.
One such offer will grant consumers ten per cent off books at Potterton Books Londons exhibition of up-and-coming artist Ed Kluz, entitled the Pleasure of Gardens in London.
Meanwhile, the partially sold-out show – which takes place from May 19th until May 23rd – will teach gardeners how to accessorise their greenhouses and outdoor areas on a budget.
The RHS said the event will focus on the three Rs – reuse, recycle and reclaim.
While tickets for the opening two days have now sold out, there are still spaces available later in the week.
"Most people know that investing in your garden adds value to your property," said
Alex Baulkwill, RHS Chelsea Flower Show manager.
"So clever ideas to improve your outside space – without having to spend too much – make sense in the current climate too."