It is a view not seen at the University of Cambridge college for 300 years.
Watch out for two famous Cambridge institutions set to receive star billing over the Easter weekend on the BBC.
The most famous view in the city will be transformed into a riot of colour
The garden has successfully raised 160 ‘baby titans’ from the 2017 flowering of its titan arum Amorphophallus titanum plant
Writer Beth Lynch reveals how a garden saved her sanity when faced with hostile neighbours in a new country
The world-renowned Kindersley Workshop in Cambridge launches two new books about their work in gardens and wild spaces
The Countryside Restoration Trust, a charity which promotes wildlife-friendly farming, staged the 2018 National Hedgelaying Championship at Lark Rise Farm in Barton.
Inspired by the Moorish colours and architecture of southern Spain and North Africa, John Tordoff's Cambridge garden has been catching the eye of the likes of Alan Titchmarsh and Diarmuid Gavin.
50,000 on display at event opened by celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin
Dubbed 'the Damien Hirst of horticulture' for his boundary-pushing garden designs, TV's Diarmuid Gavin is the face of this year's Ely Flower Festival.
Robert Barker began his formal training in horticulture studying with the RHS (the Royal Horticultural Society) at Capel Manor College in Enfield, which then led to him being trained at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.