Wreath contains myrtle from plant grown from Queen’s wedding bouquet

Wreath contains myrtle from plant grown from Queen's wedding bouquet
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SOURCE: BBC NEWS

The wreath on top of the Queen’s coffin – at the King’s request – contains foliage of rosemary, English Oak and myrtle, which has been cut from a plant grown from myrtle that was in the Queen’s wedding bouquet.

There are also flowers, in shades of gold, pink and deep burgundy, with touches of white, cut from the gardens of Royal residences.

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