Some of Gin Club getting tuned into nature at Kew (this was after two gin based drinks!)*
All the plants have healing properties – whether that be in traditional medicine or current cancer treatment.
View to the other side of the walk – it’s a circular path in the tree canopies
View of the temperate house from the tree tops
Lots of follies dot the grounds and add interest to the gardens as well as the iconic green houses:
View over the ponds on the way out – you can just see the airplane going over – that’s the only thing that spoils the tranquility of the gardens.
A new exhibition opening soon…. Interesting!
Bintu Hardy says
My gosh I have not been to Kew for such a long time. I would love to do that walk and then end with some cocktails. Nice to meet you at Dim Sum class.
Lovely to meet you too Bintu! Kew is great and fun for the kids too – interactive displays and lots of room to run around, the area around the station is cute also – lots of little cafés & restaurants.