Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Wellesley, MA. February 12- March 12, 2016.

Massachusetts Horticultural Society is pleased to announce an exhibition of watercolor facsimiles from the Highgrove Florilegium from February 12 through March 12, 2016. The Exhibition is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Exhibition is free and open to the public. In addition to viewing a selection of images from the Highgrove Florilegium, visitors will have the opportunity to view the exquisitely crafted books that contain these beautiful facsimiles.

The Highgrove Florilegium can be viewed in the Library & Archives at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Many of the 72 artists featured in the Florilegium are also featured in the Shirley Sherwood Collection at Kew.

Highgrove Florilegium London Exhibition

The Highgrove Florilegium Exhibition


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The New York School of Interior Design

170 East  70 Street

New York

23 January- 12 April 2008


The first ever exhibition of HRH The of Wales’ botanical watercolours from the garden at Highgrove took place in New York in 2008 where the newly published Volume One of The Highgrove Florilegium was also on display. The exhibition incorporated lectures from former head gardener at Highgrove David Howard, the renowned landscape garden designer Martin Lane Fox and David Cadman, former chairman of The Prince's Charities Foundation.


Highgrove Florilegium in New York

The Huntington, Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, California

7th November 2008 - 5th January 2009

This exhibition was aptly held in the ‘Florilegium Room’ at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.  It displayed 75 of the paintings from the project and gave those living on the West Coast of the US a chance to view the collection which includes great American Artists Jessica Tcherepnine, Janet Rieck, Kate Nessler and Katherine Manisco.




Garden Museum

Lambeth Palace Road



12th May – 8th September 2009




Highgrove Florilegium London Exhibition


The London exhibition represented every artist contributing to The Highgrove Florilegium project, showing 72 paintings and both Volumes I and II of The Highgrove Florilegium.

To view more pictures from the Garden Museum, please visit the News Page.

Nijo-jo Castle

8th- 16th October 2009


Prints from Volumes I and II of the Florilegium were on show at this UNESCO World Heritage Site for one week only.  The exhibition was accompanied by an auction raising money for The Prince's Charities Foundation. Special small format prints of selected images were printed on made into

For more information about the exhibition please visit http://www.highgrove-kyoto.com/ja/


Marucube Gallery, Marunouchi, Tokyo

15- 21 January 2010

Following the success of The Highgrove Florilegium, exhibition in the UNESCO world heritage site Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto, The prints from the Highgrove watercolours went on to form an exhibition at the Marucube Gallery, Marunouchi Building in Tokyo. The chance to show the Florilegium in Japan is particularly exciting for us since it contains works by acclaimed Japanese botanical artists Mieko Ishikawa, Noriko Tobita, Kumiko Kosuda, Noriko Hasegawa, Junko Iwata, Mayumi Hashi and Erico Tosaki.

For more information about the exhibition please visit http://www.highgrove-kyoto.com/ja/


30th January 2010 to  9th May 2010

Teylers Museum, Haarlem

'Royal Gardening'

The original watercolours from The Highgrove Florilegium formed part of an exhibition at Teylers Museum in Haarlem called 'Royal Gardening' focussing on the development of European botanical art in royal gardens from its heyday in 17th Century to the most modern, The Highgrove Florilegium.

Britain's first royal florilegium is exhibited alongside the Hortus Eystettensis of Basilius Besler, the Hortus Regius Honselaerdicensis from the Biblioteca Nazionale in Florence and the Strelizia depicta of Franz Bauer amongst other great European works.

To arrange a private view and to enquire about purchasing The Highgrove Florilegium whilst in Haarlem please visit  Antiquariaat De Vries & De Vries.



17th September- 31st December 2011

A selection of 73 paintings and a set of The Highgrove Florilegium was on display for three months and was well attended throughout.

24th April - 4th October 2015

As part of the Upper Austria Garden Festival, 30 images from the Highgrove Florilegium will be on display at the Museum der Stadt Bad Ischl.

October-November 2015

... an exhibition of selected watercolours from Highgrove Florilegium. These will be accompanied by talks which will be held at 11am each Saturday during October.

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