The next three years are going to be very busy for Sarah Price. The 28 year old leading garden designer is part of a team that recently unveiled plans for the massive London Olympic Park that will anchor the games. The design of the park draws on Britian's long standing interest in horticultural traditions and five centuries of collecting plants from all around the world.

The garden will be divided into four geographic zones, Europe and the Mediterranean, the Americas, Asia and the southern hemisphere. 250 species of plants and trees will be represented. In addition to plants, the park will provide over 700 artificial habitats for animals ranging from bats to otters.

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