Canary Wharf workers unable to get to Chelsea Flower Show this summer need only pop to The Pearson Room.
Ecuadorian roses, calla lilies - and the odd patch of artificial turf - are in full flower at the Canada Place bar, bringing the al fresco spirit indoors in a partnership with florist Le Bloom London.
Launched to mark the RHS' show the garden will remain in place for the next three months.
As you step out of the lifts, you’ll be greeted by a host of plants in a living wall before venturing onto zesty green “grass”.
There, potted plants and purple orchids await and, if you're lucky, you'll end up next to the garden's focal point – a huge bouquet of peonies, lilies and hydrangeas, imported direct from Holland and painstakingly positioned over three days.
Le Bloom’s Alfie Ferreira said: “People have just been mesmerised by it. The whole idea of the bouquet came when I saw something similar in Holland five years ago - I always wanted to have the chance and the place to do it, but I didn’t know how to start.
“We built everything from scratch - and it came out better than I could have expected.
“We’ve tried to encourage the summer feel The Pearson Room wanted to bring here and we thought why not celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show as well - one of our clients came in and said we have matching colours of purple, pinks and whites to Chelsea this year – we actually didn’t know that.”