In London, a huge floral composition was created in memory of Princess Diana, who died almost 20 years ago (in August 1997). The composition "White Garden" consists of 12 thousand white flowers - tulips, daffodils and hyacinths and is located near the walls of Kensington Palace, where "Lady Dee" lived, TASS writes.
"Together with my team, we have been preparing this exposition for more than a year, and we are very happy that now it is in bloom and is already lends itself for the public to enjoy it," said Shawn Harkin, the chief gardener of Kensington Palace.
He expressed the hope that the garden he created will save "the energy and spirit that made the princess such a popular figure around the world."
Harkin said that later, in the White Garden the flowers` composition will be changed: roses, lilies, gladioluses, cosmoses, gaurs and nemesias will replace previous composition.
Entrance to the White Garden is free.