King hunts for solution to Highgrove rabbit problem at Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Show was the perfect place for the King to find replacement plants for his garden – after they were eaten by rabbits.

It appears Charles was on the lookout for something to fill a patch in his garden at Highgrove, his Gloucestershire home, after the animals took a liking to some of his plants.

When he stopped at designer Jane Porter’s garden Choose Love, a lavender sage plant – salvia lavandulifolia – with delicate purple…

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