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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

2 - Woodland, Rock Gardens And Some More. Just Pictures. Tete-A-Tete With Kew Gardens.




























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10 comments:

  1. Every picture is more glorious than the last! That glass house is incredible! I must visit this garden someday! It looks as if one could spend a whole day here and still not explore the whole space. Thank you so much for the continuing tour! Trillium grandiflorum 'Flore Pleno' is stunning!

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  2. Thank you for evoking the memories of Kew...

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  3. Thank you so much for both these posts - what a treat to get to see this magical place!

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  4. Wow, just stunning! Hard to believe this is in the city of London. I love the big old trees and woodland flowers.

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  5. Would you just love to be a child and play in meadows such as those? So gorgeous! And those greenhouses! They look like they hold vast botanical treasures inside! Definitely a garden I want to see at some point!

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  6. Beautiful place! Those Trilliums are incredible! I've never seen double-petaled T. grandiflorum before.

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  7. What an amazing place! It looks huge, you could really get lost in there. The 'submarine' building is also nice as well as the architecture of all the buildings, very simple to let nature steal the show.

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  8. Stunning! Funny - I was just in the Pacific Northwest and a lot of the same things are blooming there as in London. From a garden perspective, the two actually look similar. So not only did you get to see a gorgeous garden abroad, but it was as if you didn't miss anything at home.

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  9. Those first few photos are oozing charm and romance. I also enjoyed your previous part 1 post on Kew Gardens.Thanks for a great tour!

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  10. I didn't think I could see more beauty with each shot but wow...all those bluebells and lots of woodland flowers even some American ones...stunning shots.

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