LONDON – A garden full of white flowers will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace during the spring and summer of 2017, the palace said in a statement.
The floral tribute, called ‘The White Garden’, will be full of roses, scented narcissi and a carpet of forget me nots.
The Kensington Palace was the Princess’s residence for 15 years and is now the official residence of her two sons, Princes William and Henry, as well as Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Sean Harkin, head of the Palace gardens team, said she is looking forward to creating a white garden to celebrate the life of Diana.
“We hope to capture the energy and spirit which made (the Princess) such a popular figure around the world,” Harkin added.
The garden was an important place in the residence of the princess, who often stopped to talk to the gardeners.