After being alive for only a few weeks, Archie Harrison already has his first namesake. Revealed at the Malvern Spring festival, the vibrant yellow chrysanthemum has been named Archie Harrison.
The yellow colour was chosen to make sure the colour was gender neutral as it was cultivated before the Royal babies birth.
"We are delighted to mark this momentous occasion and share our congratulations with the new parents their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with our new chrysanthemum 'Archie Harrison'," Martyn said.
"We look forward to seeing chrysanthemum 'Archie Harrison' grow and prosper alongside its namesake."