In June and July of 1980, John Lennon wrote his last songs in Bermuda. John named the album from a freesia flower he saw in the Botanical Gardens - The Double Fantasy.
As Yoko says in the video greet:
"I am pleased that John is being honored in the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.
It is where he discovered the Double Fantasy freesia flower which became the title of his last album.
Know that he loved and was immensely inspired by Bermuda.
His spirit is now a part of the beautiful botanical gardens where I hope peace and love will grow.
I love you".