The White Garden at Kensington Palace, in memory of Princess Diana. Spring blooms: The Sunken Garden was created and laid out in 1909 by historian Ernest Law (interestingly the three lead fountains were formerly cisterns in the palace) and designed to replicate the perfect picture, visually identical from all sides

Princes William and Harry pay tribute to mother Diana

The White Garden at Kensington Palace, in memory of Princess Diana. Spring blooms: The Sunken Garden was created and laid out in 1909 by historian Ernest Law (interestingly the three lead fountains were formerly cisterns in the palace) and designed to replicate the perfect picture, visually identical from all sides

The White Garden in memory of Princess Diana: Elegant: The garden takes its name from the cream and white blooms bursting from dozens of flowerbeds and pots. There are also 3,500 Myosotis ‘Snowsylva – white forget-me-knots – that have been specially sourced by the gardening team at Kensington Palace

Princes William and Harry pay tribute to mother Diana

The White Garden in memory of Princess Diana: Elegant: The garden takes its name from the cream and white blooms bursting from dozens of flowerbeds and pots. There are also 3,500 Myosotis ‘Snowsylva – white forget-me-knots – that have been specially sourced by the gardening team at Kensington Palace

The White Garden at Kensington Palace, in memory of Princess Diana. Delicate blooms: The tiny white petals of the forget me not, left, can be seen peeking out above one of the raised borders. The garden’s predominantly white flowers and foliage were inspired by memories of Diana's life, style and image

Princes William and Harry pay tribute to mother Diana

The White Garden at Kensington Palace, in memory of Princess Diana. Delicate blooms: The tiny white petals of the forget me not, left, can be seen peeking out above one of the raised borders. The garden’s predominantly white flowers and foliage were inspired by memories of Diana's life, style and image

Flower power: The ‘Old Cornish Red’ - a giant rhododendron - planted 120 years ago by a Victorian explorer is Britain's widest single stemmed rhododendron and attracts visitors from around the world. Normally rhododendrons, which were introduced to the UK from the Alps in the 18th century, only grow between three and six feet high

Enormous rhododendron planted 120 years ago is Britain's biggest

The ‘Old Cornish Red’, which was planted 120 years ago by a Victorian explorer at South Lodge Hotel in Horsham, West Sussex, is Britain's widest single stemmed rhododendron.

Rockefeller Rose Garden

Rockefeller Rose Garden, by Tom Mayhew

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Rockefeller Rose Garden, by Tom Mayhew

Walk Way, E. M. Mills Rose Garden by Deborah Holihan, Class 12: First Place

Mills Rose Garden by Deborah Holihan, Class First Place


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