The Queen’s Head Gardener has shared some of his favourite plants and flowers Her Majesty has in Buckingham Palace’s gardens. But Britons will able to see the flowers themselves this summer when the palace will open its gardens to visitors for the first time.
Buckingham Palace has announced today it will welcome visitors to its gardens for the first time this summer.
Britons and tourists alike can now book tickets to visit the palace’s beautiful garden and discover its sights for themselves for “the very first time”.
The Buckingham Palace website stated: “Explore Buckingham Palace Garden with unprecedented freedom this summer, and discover for yourself for the very first time its sights before enjoying a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to picnic with views of the Palace.”
The palace announced the news today on Twitter. In a post, it wrote: “For the first time, this summer members of the public are invited to picnic on the Buckingham Palace lawn and enjoy the garden in all its splendour.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Buckingham Palace's gardens will be open to the public this summer (Image: PA)
Members of the public can visit the Royal Collection Trust’s website to book tickets ahead of summer.
In the same Twitter thread, Buckingham Palace said it was celebrating National Gardening Week.
The post read: “Spring has truly sprung in the Buckingham Palace Gardens and Mark Lane, the Head Gardener, has shown us some of his favourite plants and flowers.”
Mark shared four of the best flowers that visitors will be able to see in the gardens this summer, which are the climbing maigold roses, lilac shrubs, rhododendrons, and thermopsis.
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