Prince Harry to attend RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013

The Queen, accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, will be met by Mrs Elizabeth Banks (President, Royal Horticultural Society), at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, and will then tour the gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show in its centenary year.

Prince Harry will greet The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh at the B&Q Sentebale ‘Forget-Me-Not’ garden during the afternoon.

Sentebale is delighted to be exhibiting on the main garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show for the first time. We hope to raise awareness and funds for our cause in helping some of the most vulnerable children in the world, many of whom are victims of Lesotho’s HIV and AIDS epidemic.

The design of the garden is inspired by traditional features of Lesotho, in particular, the repetitive circular motif found in the landscape, buildings, hats and blankets of Lesotho, and represents the love and protection of the family in a country fractured by AIDS leaving many children vulnerable. We hope many people will visit our garden and come away knowing a little more about the small, landlocked country of Lesotho, the problems these children face and how Sentebale is giving hope to the next generation of Basotho people.

We are hugely grateful to B&Q for kindly sponsoring the garden and we hope to see you there.

Find our more about the B&Q Sentebale Forget-Me-Not Garden here.

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