Agapanthus – literally translating from Latin as ‘love’ – responds to the love of the game and the care put into every inch of the famous Grounds. The Hydrangea – with its colour changing properties – celebrates the history of the first colour tv broadcast from Wimbledon. The Rose – an iconic British flower that reflects the victory and celebration of the winners of The Championships. And finally, the Petunia – a species from the deadly nightshade genus that celebrates the shots required in a players armoury to win a game, set and match.
Timber, metal, vinyl, paint, pressed flowers