A limited-edition Artist-Proof lithograph created from one of His Majesty The King Charles III's watercolour paintings portraying one of The King's favourite views around the Highgrove Gardens.

The handsome 200-year-old Cedar of Lebanon was one of the reasons that The King was so interested in Highgrove as his country residence. The 18-metre tree dominated the garden and imparted a friendly atmosphere to the house, with its huge dark emerald green plates of foliage, whilst its spreading limbs provided shade for the Terrace. Sadly, the tree began to decay and with huge regret and a heavy heart, the decision was taken to fell it. It was too large to be removed completely so His Majesty decided to raise a building over the butt of the cedar to celebrate its life. Mark Hoare was commissioned as the designer and the Tetbury church spire was used as the inspiration. One of the lower branches was retained and a hole was left in the roof for a self-sown oak sampling to grow through and provide a living ceiling for the structure, painted by His Majesty in February 2012.

A limited-edition Artist-Proof lithograph created from one of His Majesty The King Charles III's watercolour paintings portraying one of The King's favourite views around the Highgrove Gardens.

The handsome 200-year-old Cedar of Lebanon was one of the reasons that The King was so interested in Highgrove as his country residence. The 18-metre tree dominated the garden and imparted a friendly atmosphere to the house, with its huge dark emerald green plates of foliage, whilst its spreading limbs provided shade for the Terrace. Sadly, the tree began to decay and with huge regret and a heavy heart, the decision was taken to fell it. It was too large to be removed completely so His Majesty decided to raise a building over the butt of the cedar to celebrate its life. Mark Hoare was commissioned as the designer and the Tetbury church spire was used as the inspiration. One of the lower branches was retained and a hole was left in the roof for a self-sown oak sampling to grow through and provide a living ceiling for the structure, painted by His Majesty in February 2012.