Over the past few months, The Duchess of Cambridge – formally Kate Middleton – and landscape architects Davies White have visited plant nurseries, suppliers and specialist craftspeople who have been growing and building elements of their garden ready for the Chelsea Flower Show.
Now, Kensington Palace have released two new photos teasing the garden design aged of the Chelsea Flower Show taking place next week.
Kate Middleton looks in her element in the new photos, working with the Royal Horticultural Society and award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White to design a garden for the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
The Kensington Palace Twitter account also shared a detailed plan of the gorgeous-looking garden, and explained that its aim is to “inspire families to get outside and explore nature together.”
The Duchess of Cambridge's #RHSChelsea 'Back to Nature' garden has a natural woodland feel and contains lots of unique design features to inspire families to get outside and explore nature together.
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 13, 2019
Duchess Kate is seen inspecting hand-drawn plans while chatting to designers and selecting the plants for it. The garden design is called the RHS Back To Nature Garden, and has plenty of child-friendly touches, including a stream and tree house.
In November last year, the Duchess joked about her gardening skills in a visit to the Imperial War Museum in London. According to Hello magazine, when she was shown a series of letters her relatives had written during World War II, she said her grandmother had loved gardening, which was “a bit of a family thing.”
Kate has been in her element during the project. The Duchess encourages her own children to spend plenty of time outside, just as she did when she was a little girl.