Chelsea Physic Garden

An exclusive 25-piece capsule collection inspired by London’s Oldest Garden.

You’d be forgiven for not knowing about the Chelsea Physic Garden – its lush greenery is hidden away along the River Thames behind red brick walls, just waiting to be discovered. A winner of Time Out’s Love London Awards, it’s a must-see attraction for all those with a penchant for plants and pretty petals; four acres of natural beauty in the oh-so fashionable SW3.

Founded over three centuries ago by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London, the Chelsea Physic Garden has been the scene of some of the most important developments in the history of horticulture, medicine and agriculture. We’re talking cocoa, cotton and many of the everyday essentials we all know and love.

After setting foot inside the Garden many months ago, we felt summer would be the perfect time to create a capsule collection inspired by its botanical artists and beautiful blooms. The Chelsea Physic Garden is home to 5000 edible, medicinal and historical plants, and our love of print and pretty florals perfectly suited the splendour of the idyllic sanctuary.

Skip to today and it’s finally here – a 25-piece print collection inspired by the intricate illustrations and paintings from the Garden’s archive. Japanese anemones, fragrant mint, foxgloves, roses and lush wild grasses reimagined into statement patterns for our exclusive capsule collaboration…

Chelsea Physic Garden pond

Chelsea Physic Garden

Chelsea Physic Garden

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