LG creates first Smart Garden 

LG has partnered with landscape architect Hay Joung Hwang to create a connected smart garden. 

It will be unveiled at the Royal Horticulture Society’s Chelsea Flower Show on May 24-28 and will feature the LG Signature OLED TV. 

The LG OLED TV will display floral content in “true-to-life colours and perfect blacks”. 

The electronics giant will also feature its LG G5 modular smartphone that will be used to control the lighting and irrigation in the garden during the show. 

The LG Smart Garden can be controlled from anywhere in the world via the WeMo app.  

Andy Mackay, chief operating officer at LG UK, said: “We are delighted to be part of RHS Chelsea Flower Show and show how LG technology can seamlessly integrate into our lives to connect the garden and the home. Visitors to the stand will not only see a beautiful garden, but will also have the opportunity to get hands-on with the LG G5 and view the stunning LG Signature OLED TV. I’m incredibly pleased that LG is taking a lead and showcasing the possible innovations from connected devices beyond the home and into the smart garden.”

The LG smart garden can be found at RHW377 at the top of the main avenue.