Prince Harry's involvement in this year's Chelsea Flower Show has seen ticket sales soar.
"Once people found out who was involved, it was bound to attract extra attention," said Stephen Bennett, the Royal Horticultural Society’s director of shows.
"We usually sell out in late April or early May, but tickets have gone faster than usual."
The Sentebale 'Forget-me-Not' garden aims the raise awareness of the work done by the charity which Harry established after spending time working with vulnerable children in Lesotho.
The horticultural creation, designed by Jinny Blom, is a "contemporary evocation of the landscape and culture of Lesotho".
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