'He is taking a real interest,' says designer of charity plot
PRINCE HARRY is to exhibit a garden at next year's Chelsea Flower Show .
The royal plot is to be laid in the name of the Prince's charity Sentabele, which helps HIV positive children in Lesotho, and Harry is helping plan the garden, albeit he is currently serving in Afghanistan.
Jinny Blom, the exhibit's main designer, told the Daily Telegraph: "He is very committed to the charity and taking a real interest in the garden."
Sentebale's 'forget-me-not' garden will use native flowers to Lesotho around a traditional roundhouse.
Prince Charles - famous for talking to his plants - has also had his own garden at Chelsea Flower Show and Harry's grandmother, the Queen, attends every year.
Sentebale was founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in memory of their respective mother's. The charity provides health care and education to deprived children, particularly those with HIV.