The sixth Leeds Castle Festival of Flowers drew more than 15,000 fans to see the stunning displays themed around ‘Ladies Day’, created by a host of international awardwinning floral designers. Visitors had the chance to vote for their favourite display and the winner was renowned Dutch designer Dennis Kneepkens. He created a beautiful display ‘Wildflower’ that took over the Henry VIII Banqueting Hall, the largest room in the castle. And in an online Facebook poll for followers to vote for their favourite display, number one spot was awarded to Morgan
Nuth, from Old Oak
Floral Designers Ltd, who created a ‘Ladies Day at the Races’ display in the Castle Courtyard featuring a two-metre metal horse.