Published 23 May 2016

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh attend the RHS Chelsea Flower Show at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, joined by other members of the Royal Family.

The Queen and the Royal Family attend the Chelsea Flower Show

On arrival The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh walked through a floral arch marking Her Majesty's 90th birthday, before being greeted by the President of the Royal Horticultural Society, Sir Nicholas Bacon.

Her Majesty and His Royal Highness toured the gardens and see displays including '5000 poppies', an Australian community tribute of remembrance for those who have served their country in wars and conflicts.

Established in 1913, on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show has become one of the world’s greatest showcases for horticultural excellence, attracting visitors and exhibitors from across the globe.

Members of the Royal Family join Her Majesty at Chelsea

​The Queen and The Duke were joined by other members of the Royal Family, including The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - attending RHS Chelsea for the first time, who attended with Prince Harry.

​The Duke of York, joined by Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, visited the Birmingham City Council Garden, which celebrates the city's parks.

​The Princess Royal visited the St John's Hospice Garden, which was inspired by conversations with medical professionals about what we can do to improve our own health within the context of plants and gardens.

The Countess of Wessex, like all the members of the Royal Family, visited the inspiring 5000 Poppies Garden at RHS Chelsea.

​The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The Duke of Kent, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, and Princess Alexandra all viewed the spectacular gardens at the show

Established in 1913, on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show has become one of the world’s greatest showcases for horticultural excellence, attracting visitors and exhibitors from across the globe.

Since its beginning, the show has gone from strength to strength. It has grown from 244 exhibitors in 1913 to over 500 today, including gardens, nurseries, floristry, educational displays and trade stands. Today the show attracts 165,000 visitors.