when i visited kew gardens

I spend so much time playing around with photos, er, making gifs (surprisingly a lot of fun) (sorry again for slowing down your computer) that I always forget to write things in blog posts. I’ve just watched Frozen (really good btw) so now I shall tell you all about my visit to Kew Gardens (A.K.A BEST DAY EVAAAAAAA). 
Dragged my Mum down to London because my next art exam unit is titled ‘plants’. Obvs, this means I must visit Kew Gardens as its always been somewhere I’ve wanted to visit and of course for research, photos, etc etc, erm. I was living it through Pinterest for a good couple of months but I can confirm, that it is just as beautiful in real life, if not more, and that was visiting in winter too. It was all good except for the fact that I forgot to bring my camera memory card with me (biggest loser over here- EVERY. TIME.) So I wasted a tenner on a new one which was a pain in the bum but I had no choice. The Palm House was my favourite, a giant green house full of tropical plants with old victorian spiral staircases and glass panes, it was hard work trying to put only a few photos in this post as I must’ve taken over 100 in just that place alone. We then headed to the Princess of Wales Conservatory. There was an Orchids exhibition exhibition going on at the time so that was super exotic as well as lots of arranged flowers and lilypads. I would love to visit again in the summer, there are meant to be some giiiiaaaanntttt lilypads that are there. We had a quick wonder around the rest of the gardens but it was grey and rainy so not much fun so we headed to the gift shop (best place, non?) and picked up some postcards of the old vintage posters used to advertise the gardens. Next time you’re in London and/or slightly interested in pretty plants, you. must. visit. 
We also visited The Garden Museum too by Westminster, wouldn’t recommend as much- I found it a bit boring!
I would like to be a flower arranger when I’m older.
I have also also come to the conclusion I never had the ‘wild teenager’ stage and instead skipped straight to being like a 60 year old. 
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20 Comments

  1. Hayley 18th February 2014 / 9:32 am

    This kind of looks like Edinburgh's Royal Botanical Gardens but older if that makes sense? Beautiful photos Ellie :)
    Hayley
    Water Painted Dreams xxx

  2. Maddy 18th February 2014 / 9:52 am

    I love Kew Gardens too, it is such a pretty place! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD

    

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  3. Christina L 18th February 2014 / 10:10 am

    Amazing pictures, I would really enjoy this! Aw we Lv the gifs!

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  4. Holl JC 18th February 2014 / 10:19 am

    These pictures are stunning, sounds like you had an awesome time! And that gif at the end is fab! x

    holljc.blogspot.co.uk

  5. Lauren Hay 18th February 2014 / 10:53 am

    The gardens look beautiful and love the gif at the end! And don't worry I skipped the wild teenager phase too!
    Lauren | OhHay Blogs!
    xx

  6. Charlotte 18th February 2014 / 10:54 am

    This looks amazing, if you're ever waaaaay waay way up north Inverewe Gardens is quite pretty too (Glasgow Botanic Garden isn't the worst either but the charity shops next to it are the best) x

    Charlotte / coloursandcarousels

  7. Miaou Or Never 18th February 2014 / 11:22 am

    you've made me want to go so much! it looks so beautiful. and i love the gif so much!

  8. Fliss 18th February 2014 / 1:25 pm

    Aw, I've not been there since I was little! Want to go back…and lovely gif :) x

  9. Amara xoxo 18th February 2014 / 2:29 pm

    I have never been to kew gardens even though i only live an hour out of london :/ and its weird just this morning i was on their website looking to see if i should go or not! i definitely want to check it out now :)

  10. Maddy 18th February 2014 / 6:48 pm

    beautiful pictures!

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  11. Hannah Gibbins 18th February 2014 / 7:00 pm

    So glad you enjoyed it! The giant lily pads were amazing when I went but I got there after it had shut so I stared at them through the glass :( so sad! But my favourite is the palm house as well, it always looks beautiful! As I said before, try go again in the summer, It looks so beautiful!

    Hannah @ http://hansaddiction.blogspot.co.uk/

  12. Rhiannon 18th February 2014 / 8:41 pm

    I visited Kew gardens years ago but I remember it was so gorgeous in the summer! xx

  13. amy 19th February 2014 / 10:28 pm

    I just wanna go there and take pictures, it looks lovely!! Too bad I don't live anywhere near London. Let it go is forever in my head after watching that movie lmao :(
    xxx

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