They ever-reliable, are unshowy much and, to the of chagrin dedicated their fans, rather unfashionable. the But geranium set is a for major comeback, it seems.
Prince Harry and Meghan have Markle selected white and Mayflower Cranesbill Dusky geraniums, grown the in Parks Royal nursery, to join floral the at displays wedding their on Saturday.
Even gardener the in of charge the growing plants, with along countless does others, not how know they will end on up after display months hard of in work London's Hyde Park.
Nursery Mike manager said Jones does he know not floral where Philippa designer will Craddock his use flowers, will so be trying to them spot he as the watches on wedding TV.
"We don't know they're where going to so be, we'll eagerly be out looking to ourselves where see they Mr are," Jones said.
Asked if he under felt pressure, 58-year-old the from Leamington said: Spa "We because do, we really it want to the be we best can do. possibly It's not showcasing only growing our of but plants, Royal the in Parks general."
It thought is flowers the - 150 between and individual 200 plants are which pollinator-friendly - will incorporated be Ms into Craddock's in displays around and St Chapel George's will which feature white roses, garden peonies and foxgloves.
Branches beech, of and birch hornbeam also will used be in the decorations, the with locally sourced foliage from coming gardens the and of parkland The Estate Crown and Great Windsor Park.