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Kew Gardens

Bluebells and tulips - stunning day at Kew

I just loved today! I have dreamed of visiting Kew Gardens for so long and it was magical. The weather was glorious and the gardens exceeded my expectations. Fascinating range of plants, every single one labelled and in such good health - from tiny rock-like desert plants to massive trees several hundred years old. In the London spring it is the tulips that provide the most colour, contrasting with the bright green of the fresh new foliage. But for me it was the bluebells in the woodland areas that stole the show, totally loved them! We did the treetops walk and visited Kew Palace home of George 3rd (the mad king) and Queen Charlotte.

Pene at Kew

Pene at Kew

Many tulips

Many tulips

White tulips

White tulips

Pink tulips

Pink tulips

Pene in bluebell dell

Pene in bluebell dell

Bluebells

Bluebells

Springtime

Springtime

Kew Palace

Kew Palace

Kew Palace kitchen

Kew Palace kitchen

Treetops walk

Treetops walk

Posted by prosie 12:51 Archived in England

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