They may be best known for their signature dry humor and well-mannered passive aggressiveness, but if there's one thing our posh British friends across the pond never fail to get enthusiastic about, it's the annual Chelsea Flower Show. After a delay due to COVID, the event returned last week for its first-ever autumn edition and, as usual in honor of the haute horticultural showcase, buildings and businesses across the tony London neighborhoods of Chelsea and Belgravia got all dressed up for the occasion. Let's just say "over the top" is an understatement.