Photo Diary: Kew Gardens

Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Photo Diary: Kew Gardens
Our trip to Kew Gardens was a belated Birthday treat. I’ve wanted to visit for such a long time and now I can finally say I’ve experienced Kew Gardens! We visited on a warm, fairly quiet day and really tried to fit as much as we could into our day of exploring. Kew Gardens is actually much bigger then I’d ever anticipated but I think we managed to squeeze in all of the main attractions. It was very peaceful and tranquil walking along the paths among the hundreds of trees and I really enjoyed taking the time to appreciate all of the different species of flowers and plants. I think the Waterlily House had to be my favourite, such a stunning little glasshouse with so many pretty waterlilies. I’ll have to revisit again one day as I’m sure there’s more to see and appreciate.

Have you ever visited Kew Gardens?
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