A meadow of 1,000 Oxeye daisies planted under and around ribbons of turf rising to six feet is sure to amaze visitors to the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Award-winning garden designer John Warland has used the 15x10m plot to expand on the stunning World Vision garden that the charity exhibited at Chelsea Flower Show.
In the enhanced garden at the Royal Horticultural Society's Hampton Court show, visitors will be able to walk through the installation and under the five ribbons of turf that have been molded over mild steel.
And on Tuesday (July 5) World Vision, based in Milton Keynes , picked up a Gold medal for the garden.
John said he chose the daises to represent the purity and innocence of children helped by international charity, World Vision.
The spectacular waves of turf, inspired by the unpredictable ups and downs of life, now appear to float above the carefree meadow of childhood below.
John, the designer behind the Queen’s Coronation Arch at Windsor Castle, hopes that when visitors see the garden it might make them smile, but also contemplate the unpredictability of life.
He said: "When communities are hit by natural disasters or outbreaks of disease (such as the Ebola and Zika viruses) children are often the most vulnerable.
"However, World Vision is able to respond immediately and effectively to protect them."
John, who was particularly inspired by the charity’s work in Sierra Leone throughout the Ebola crisis, said that the ribbons of turf echo the community and family links World Vision forges through its work.
"One ribbon alone is relatively weak, but as a chain it takes on a whole new strength," he said.
This year Hampton Court Flower Show features more than 500 exhibitors from around the world in 34 acres of showground.
More than 140,000 visitors are expected and the show runs until Sunday July 10.