You won’t see any roses on Sunday, according to the BBC Sport poll of flower visitors.

This is despite the fact that the day is the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin.

The poll asked people if they would be “interested” in seeing the flower of the year, which was voted on by the public.

“I would like to see flowers that are new, new and beautiful,” wrote one respondent.

“The flowers are beautiful, the colours are brilliant and I would love to see them for the centennial.”

Another said: “It would be a real treat to see new, original flowers and would be great to see all the flowers blooming in the same place, on the same day.

I love the flowers and I think that’s what it’s all about.”

The poll has been widely criticised, with some tweeting their disapproval, while others claimed that flowers were being kept out of the public eye to avoid offending people.

But some of those who responded said that they were simply following their passion for the flower.

I’m a gardener and I’m a big fan of flowers, but not so much that I wouldn’t do anything to make them more popular for the Centenary year.

#flowervideogames #polls — Tom (@tomfryes) January 25, 2019 I’d love to know what the pollers thought of the flowers.

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