The latest installation into the Buckingham Palace’s garden is anything but an English rose. Queen Elizabeth recently has decided to add a plentiful vegetable patch to the vegetation, the first vegetables grown on the Palace’s lot since World War II. Full of beans, onions, leeks, beetroot, sweet corn, and carrots, this garden has been untouched by chemicals. The veggies are being watered from the palace borehole, or well, and the plants are being fed liquid seaweed to promote growth. There is speculation that the Queen has been influenced by Michelle Obama’s recent move to have an organic garden on-site at the White House. However she got the idea, way to be green, Queen!