Talented gardeners at The Royal Parks, keen to show support for Team GB, have planted two eye-catching Union Jack flower beds with more than 1000 flowers, in the world famous Avenue Gardens in The Regent’s Park.

The team at Regent's Park decided to plant the exhibit to pay tribute to all the incredible athletes who have worked so hard to be selected for Team GB and also to welcome visitors from far and wide to the park and London 2012.

The red, white and blue display is made up of Lobelias, Salvia, Begonias, Heuchaeras and Verbenas.

Union Jack flower bed


The Royal Parks dig deep to help Team GB blossom during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Talented gardeners at The Royal Parks, keen to show support for Team GB, have planted two eye-catching Union Jack flower beds with more than 1000 flowers, in the world famous Avenue Gardens in The Regent’s Park.

The team at Regent's Park decided to plant the exhibit to pay tribute to all the incredible athletes who have worked so hard to be selected for Team GB and also to welcome visitors from far and wide to the park and London 2012.

The red, white and blue display is made up of Lobelias, Salvia, Begonias, Heuchaeras and Verbenas.

Union Jack flower bed

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Talented gardeners at The Royal Parks, keen to show support for Team GB, have planted two eye-catching Union Jack flower beds with more than 1000 flowers, in the world famous Avenue Gardens in The Regent’s Park.

The team at Regent's Park decided to plant the exhibit to pay tribute to all the incredible athletes who have worked so hard to be selected for Team GB and also to welcome visitors from far and wide to the park and London 2012.

The red, white and blue display is made up of Lobelias, Salvia, Begonias, Heuchaeras and Verbenas.

Union Jack flower bed