Photos: Prince George Helps Grandpa Plant At Highgrove House
Adorable Prince George helped Prince Charles plant new trees in the beautiful garden of the Highgrove House. The grandfather and his grandson planted two new trees at the family’s property located at the Gloucestershire property.
Grandpa proud of Prince George
The grandfather was “obviously very proud of Prince George,” according to a visitor at Highgrove House who witnessed the tree planting activity of Prince George and Prince Charles. The visitor has spoken with HELLO magazine, which has all the exclusive details of the story. According to a separate report from People a Winter Orange Lime was one of the two trees that the two have planted near the front door of the Highgrove House.
The Gardens at Highgrove House
Prince Charles is known to have a green-thumb as proven by the beautiful garden at Highgrove House. He had nourished the gardens around the house since he first arrived at Highgrove in 1980. The plants were planted and decorated “magically” with the house always visible in the distance.
According to the Highgrove’s website the garden encapsulates Prince Charles’ environmental philosophy that “it is better to work with nature than against it.”
The place is being visited by more than 30,000 tourists each year. The best time to visit the place is in June where flowers are in bloom.
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