Queen Elizabeth may not be currently residing at Buckingham Palace, but that doesn’t mean she can’t admire her London residence’s beauty from afar.
On Monday, Her Majesty’s head gardener, Mark Lane, captured a variety of beautiful images of the palace’s garden in full bloom for spring. Lucky for us, the royal family shared the photos and videos to their official social media accounts, in honor of the U.K.’s National Gardening Week.
One Instagram post, in particular, featured closeups shots of a speckled camellia, a wisteria, the Alnwick rose, bluebells and flowering cherry (no, we’re not flower experts, the caption did the plant research for us). See the colorful pics below.