A couple have celebrated their engagement after using Welcome To Yorkshire's garden, at this year's Chelsea Flower Show, as the setting for the proposal yesterday.
"Congratulations to Adam and Rosemary who just got engaged on the @Welcome2Yorks garden! She said yes!"
It crowned a magnificent day for the tourism board's garden, which received a highly coveted Gold Medal from the RHS organisers.
Bosses said it was "a fitting celebration, as the tourism organisation celebrates its tenth anniversary and tenth garden at the world-famous flower show".
The garden is inspired by Yorkshire’s proud industrial heritage and stunning natural environment.
The centrepoint is an authentically built canal, with flowing water and genuine lock gates. The garden also includes a towpath and a lock keeper’s lodge with a colourful garden and vegetable patch.
The lock gates were removed from the Huddersfield narrow canal after reaching the end of their working life.
They were gifted to Welcome To Yorkshire by the waterways and wellbeing charity Canal & River Trust. A team from the charity spent weeks working on them to ensure they were a perfect fit for the garden.
Lincolnshire-based Taylors Bulbs also celebrated success after achieving their 26th consecutive Gold Medal for a stunning display of British-grown daffodils from their Holbeach farm, in Lincolnshire.
The display is made up of over 70 varieties of daffodils and 2,000 flowers of all colours, shapes and sizes.
The company's director, Adam Taylor, added: “We are absolutely delighted in achieving a gold medal at Chelsea in our centenary year.”