The sea of crimson that now surrounds the Tower of London has attracted four million visitors since July. It's a display of contemporary art which has proved so popular that, thanks to government funding, means parts of it will be seen across the country.
The "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" will be completed tomorrow when the last poppy is planted immediately before the 2 minute silence begins at 11am.
Less than 24 hours later a team of volunteers will begin manually removing each poppy, a task set to take around 2 weeks.
These symbols of individual lives will then be cleaned, packaged and distributed to the hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and abroad who bought one.
The installation will be gone by the end of November, when the "wave" is dismantled.
Initially there were no further plans, however, over the last week, two charities - the Back Stage Trust, and Clore Duffield Foundation - have bought the wave and the weeping window.
Thanks to the backing of the government, the two structures will be displayed around the country from 2015 to 2018.
Then, this artwork will endure as a permanent exhibit at the Imperial War Musuem from 2019.