Blossoms and Bluebells!
I visited Kew on a free afternoon on a trip to London. Had a fabulous afternoon and walked miles through the gardens. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many cherry trees in blossom together! Following the map I made my way up to the far corner of the gardens near Queen Charlotte’s ‘cottage’ (its a fairly large house!) – in the woodlands surrounding it there are huge numbers of bluebells at this time of year. Absolutely stunning. As you walk through the garden you not only come upon new vistas, but also new smells as so many of the plants and flowers are fragrant. Incredible place.
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