Can you be-leaf it? A 21m high 'tree' constructed of 350 smaller trees will be constructed outside Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The 'Tree of Trees' has been designed by Heatherwick Studio, the company of British designer Thomas Heatherwick, whose previous work includes the 2012 Olympic cauldron, the rolling bridge at Paddington Basin and the New Routemaster bus.
This latest, arboreal work consists of 350 native British, each planted in an aluminium pot embossed with the Queen's official cypher. The Tree of Trees will be located outside the Buckingham Palace gates for the Platinum Jubilee weekend, after which the individual trees will be donated to community groups and organisations around the country. They will be planted as part of the Queen's Green Canopy initiative, which aims to plant as many trees as possible in the Jubilee year.