The Tower of London is set to create a new garden flower display inspired by the Queen's Coronation gown. 

The display will be part of the landmarks "Superbloom" meadow and will feature a combination of meadow flowers, topiary, bulbs, summer-flowering perennials and ornamental grasses. 

With the hope that the combination will for "The Queen's Garden" and will be based in the tower's Bowling Green. 

The new display will also mark and coincide with the national celebrations to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at the start of June. 

The garden will take inspiration from the monarch’s coronation gown in 1953, designed by British couturier Sir Norman Hartnell, with lavender and a mix of summer flowers making up the design.

As her coronation dress was a white satin gown, encrusted with diamonds, gold and silver bullion, seed pearls, crystals, pale amethysts and sequins to create a shimmering effect.

The flower display will be in bloom ready for the start of the Jubilee weekend and will remain in place until September. 

Also part of the Superbloom, there will be an ocean of flowers that will fill the Tower of London's moat. 

Eva Koch-Schulte, of Historic Royal Palaces, said: "The Queen’s Garden is a really integral part of our plans to mark the Platinum Jubilee at the Tower of London this summer and it seemed only fitting to share news of this tribute from us at Historic Royal Palaces on Her Majesty’s birthday."