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Let's Go! The Great Broad Walk at Kew Gardens

The one garden we managed to visit on our recent trip to England is The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. As one of the world's greatest and oldest gardens, its 300+ acres of gardens is a must-see, and, frankly, overwhelming. Kew Gardens is also an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its collection of living plants is the largest in the world. While one could dedicate an entire blog to visiting this place daily, all we could manage were a few precious hours. I focused on the Great Broad Walk border and the Temperate House, which will be covered in a separate post. This week's post is all about the Great Broad Walk borders we visited in late September. Ready for a visual treat? Let's go!

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