A fundraising “garden for everyone”, inspired by the late art director and fashion world luminary Michael Howells, returns to Mayfair this festive season, filled with illuminated roses each one bearing a personal dedication in memory of a loved one. The brainchild of writer Camilla Morton and the designer Anya Hindmarch, the garden was first installed in Grovesnor Square in 2019, in memory of their close friend, who died in 2018.
More than 10,000 dedicated roses were planted in support of the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity that year. This year the garden features triple the original number of roses to reflect the impact of the pandemic.
The garden is open daily from 1 to 23 December, and entry is free, with donations to dedicate a rose from £10. Link.
A garden of remembrance.