St. Pancras International’s new Christmas tree has been revealed and it’s a floral triumph.
Designed by florist Moyses Stevens, the 47ft whopper has been festooned with 15,000 flowers.
The traditional tree eschews lights and baubles in favour of roses, hydrangeas, delicate anemones, amaryllis, orchids, dianthus and pine cones, arranged to create an elegant colour fade along the height of the tree.
It took over 1,000 man-hours to create, and is the latest in an annual series of fab creative designs at the station – who can forget Disney’s dizzying tower of toys?
If you pop by the station during December, they’ll be hosting a different choir every single day, promisiing to fill Londoners with a dose of musical Christmas cheer.
And if you tag a photo of the tree #JingleBlooms, you’ll be entered into a competition to win two spots on a floristry workshop with the tree designers themselves, worth £500! Pretty neat.