Kew Gardens Virtual Smile

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Kew Gardens

my favourite garden has been closed due to the circumstances.

I miss going there so much.

They have now re -opened with limited visitors going in

and you have to book a time slot.

Unfortunately I have to take the train to get there and

I am not quite prepared to do that just yet.

So I went through my pictures from previous visits

and enjoyed a stroll through.

Here is what I found:

(pictures previously not published, taken by me in Kew Gardens)

 

Something Red

… it does say Red Dragon…..  🙂

Something yellow

Something pink

and something smelly

Yes, it was really smelly. What an amazing plant.

Hope you enjoyed my little walk through time, colours and the garden.

 

Please click on the pictures to enlarge them.

Pictures are from visits during the last 2 years.

 

32 responses »

  1. Lovely colours. I’m not ready for public transport either. I understand your reluctance. Thousands appear to be on their way to Cornwall this weekend so we might not be going out much for a few weeks! 🙂

    • I can imagine, people do go away and even fly out again – desperate to get out. Hence, I stay in. 🙂 I had been thinking of doing my Cornwall visit ,I had to postpone last year, in August, again I am not ready. One day Sally we will meet, when it is really safe again.
      Stay safe in your own beautiful “Kew” Garden. Safer and so enjoyable!

  2. Ah, thank you for a beautiful walk through time, space, colours and odours, dear Ute!

    I’m not quite ready, yet, to use public transportation, either. Especially not the train.

    Much Love!

  3. Your photos have captured the beauty of Kew Gardens! Thank you for sharing memories of your visits to this amazing place! Through photography, we can relive these moments. 🌺🌻🌷🌼🌸

    ❤️carmen

  4. I can’t wait to go again, especially to see the outdoor gardens – I didn’t get to enjoy them at all after visiting in heavy rain in winter. And the lizards, of course – I can’t believe I missed that. Also, during my visit at Kew Gardens I had my very first scone in their cafe and it was delicious.

    • Oh yes, scones and tea, beautiful! Yes I like to go again soon too, probably in the August holidays I might try at a time when the train is empty. I’m so happy you discover so many lovely things in London and enjoy everything.

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