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Award-winning designer Leon Kluge and his team are taking over the reins from veterans David Davidson and Raymond Hudson, designers of the prestigious exhibit for the past 24 years.

The South African National Biodiversity Institute has unveiled the model for the 2018 KirstenboschSouth Africa exhibit at the Chelsea Flower Show, which takes place in London from May 22 to 26.

Award-winning designer Leon Kluge and his team are taking over the reins from veterans David Davidson and Raymond Hudson, designers of the prestigious exhibit for the past 24 years.

Kluge has been part of the international show gardening arena for 12 years and has showcased his work at a number of prestigious flower shows across the world. He has also volunteered on the Kirstenbosch team at Chelsea and regards Hudson and Davidson as mentors. 

This year’s South African exhibit will feature a treasure trove of the country’s iconic landscapes. The exhibit takes the viewer on a journey around South Africa, starting in Cape Town with Table Mountain National Park and the Cape Floral Region, travelling northwards up the West Coast, then across the country to Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

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