I had so much fun exploring Kew Gardens last weekend. This was my second visit and I still feel I need to come back again! I found it was very therapeutic to wander around this huge park, spoil your eyes with the shades of green, visit the glasshouses, have a picnic surrounded by beautiful blooms everywhere.
London was in full bloom! I was so unbelievably excited to see beautiful petals from the genus Prunus- another good excuse to visit Kew Gardens this Spring.
Try to climb the Treetop Walkway to see the fascinating view from the top!
I had a chance to visit the Princess of Wales Conservatory which was closed last time. Enjoy the variety of plants live in different habitat. There are ten climatic zones in this glasshouse.
One of the climatic zones is a dessert section while you can see the collection of giant cactus. I was smitten by these incredible succulents!
Next destination, I headed to another glasshouse in Kew Gardens- Palm House while you feel the steamy and humid surroundings. Explore the tropical collections from different parts of the world. I discovered some botanical plants from my country- I instantly missed my home!
view from the top
I spotted a lizard jumped from his hiding place! He was stunned, trying to disguise himself so we wouldn’t notice him. Too late Mr Lizard, I got you!
Not just the interior but the exterior of the glasshouses are amazingly beautiful. In the sunny day, you will see the reflection of lights on the magnificent glazed roof. Rise and Shine!