Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits Alperton Community School in London on February 5, 2019, in support of the children's mental health charity 'Place2Be's Mental Health Week. Eddie Mulholland/AFP/Getty Images

It has been known for some time that Kate Middleton would help design a nature showcase for May’s Chelsea Flower Show. After weeks of waiting, the Duchess of Cambridge offered Royal Family enthusiasts a peek at what to expect from the “Back to Nature Garden” exhibit.

The Kensington Palace Twitter account shared photos and descriptions of the nature showcase on Saturday. Middleton designed it in collaboration with Adam White and Andrée Davies, who are professional landscape architects.

The idea behind Middleton’s showcase is to “inspire families to get outside and explore nature together.”

It will feature a waterfall, campfire and other woodland attractions to get visitors out of the urban jungle and into a more serene landscape. Middleton wants the garden showcase to demonstrate the benefits that such environments can have on mental health, according to the Kensington Palace tweets.

The Royal Horticultural Society first announced Middleton’s involvement with the Chelsea Flower Show back in January. Once the show is over, parts of the exhibit will be “rehomed” to a National Health Service Mental Health Trust, according to the RHS.

A formal press conference demonstrating the design of the garden will take place on Monday.

The Chelsea Flower Show takes place every May. Middleton has been involved in similar initiatives before, as she accompanied a group of children on a gardening trip in late 2017.