This photographic magnet displays The Wildflower Meadow, one of the spectacular areas of the private gardens at Highgrove, the private home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Stretching from the front drive to the back drive, the ever-changing Meadow covers about four-and-a-half acres of ground.

Wildflower Meadows are outstanding, and often ancient, examples of flower-rich grasslands that support our wildlife. They are also home to quite astonishing displays of wildflowers.

The Wild Flower Meadow at Highgrove was introduced over 30 years ago by His Royal Highness and is now a well-established meadow flourishing with swathes of yellows, pinks and purples.

Around 120 different species of typical Gloucestershire natural flora growing in the meadow.

 

This photographic magnet displays The Wildflower Meadow, one of the spectacular areas of the private gardens at Highgrove, the private home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Stretching from the front drive to the back drive, the ever-changing Meadow covers about four-and-a-half acres of ground.

Wildflower Meadows are outstanding, and often ancient, examples of flower-rich grasslands that support our wildlife. They are also home to quite astonishing displays of wildflowers.

The Wild Flower Meadow at Highgrove was introduced over 30 years ago by His Royal Highness and is now a well-established meadow flourishing with swathes of yellows, pinks and purples.

Around 120 different species of typical Gloucestershire natural flora growing in the meadow.