The White Garden in the grounds of London’s Kensington Palace, planted in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died 20 years ago, has been given a fresh look for summer. Designed and created as a tribute to her by palace gardeners, it celebrates her elegance and style with a sea of flowers, including some of her personal favourites.
Pots of classic English white roses now surround the reflective pool in the centre of the garden, while beds are filled with lilies, gladioli, cosmos, gaura and fragrant nemesia.
The garden is a temporary one, coinciding with an exhibition inside the Palace of some of her iconic dresses - Diana: Her Fashion Story. This runs until the end of 2017.