What's in Prince Charles' Garden: George's Secret House

What's in Prince Charles' Garden: George's Secret House

24.05.2022 0 By admin

Prince Charles spoke about how five-year-old George spends his time when he stays at his personal residence, Highgrove House. It turned out that the eldest son of the queen created an oasis of flowering plants and trees there: the Prince of Wales is fond of gardening.

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In one corner of the garden there is a playground where the eldest son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plays. The house, installed on one of the trees, deserves special attention. It was built in 1989 – for the seventh birthday of Prince William . And now his son plays in this place. The author of the project was the architect William Bertram .

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When Prince George visits his grandfather, he engages him in gardening. For example, the boy participated in the planting of balsam poplar. We have already said that the royal family is trying to make Prince George’s childhood completely normal , like all children.

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Highgrove House is an amazing place, in the creation of which Prince Charles, as he himself admits, put his soul into it. Initially, there was not a single lawn here, and now the residence has one of the best gardens in the UK. It is created on the principle of sections, and each has its own unique flavor. For example, “Garden – Sundial”, “Carpet Garden”, where flower beds resemble ornaments on Persian carpets, “Meadow with wild flowers”.

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We emphasize that thanks to the efforts of Prince Charles, some of the endangered plants that are under the protection of the conservation program are growing in his personal residence. No wonder Prince George enjoys playing surrounded by such fantastic beauty and, we guess, delightful floral scents.

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In this garden, Prince George has his own playhouse:

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