‘Share the love’

“Our heart belongs to Chelsea and we would like to say a huge thank you to our whole community for your continued support. We can’t wait to welcome you back!”@Dukeofyorksquare

A giant 4.5 metre wide floral heart has appeared at Duke of York Square this week. Covered in an ombre rainbow of around 2,000 flowers, the installation aims to bring some colour and joy to the local neighbourhood.

Created for Cadogan by local florist ‘All For Love London’, CEO and Artistic Director Ruth Davis comments, “Rainbows have become our nation’s symbol of hope for 2020, and now 2021. We wanted to create the rainbow symbol in a subtle way, naturally letting the colours fade into each other as if growing softly, so created the heart mainly using roses and hydrangeas en masse, as it looks more natural this way, teamed with foliage consisting of eucalyptus and variegated ivy.”

The heart will be in place until 24th February.


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