More from Kew Gardens

It was a lovely May weekend, this past weekend. So I figure I should share some more photos from my day out at Kew Gardens.

Now I have no green thumbs and I am glad I can distinguish a rose from a tulip (yes, I can!). If you want to know names of plants and flowers I am not the one to ask.

I go for the colors in plants and flowers. They make me happy. It’s always amazing to me how bright nature is if we just take the time to look.

One thing I did learn though during my visit last weekend. I know now what a wisteria is. Don’t be fooled, I have been watching Desperate Housewives for a while, but in my mind they always lived in Hysteria Lane (which is probably a pretty apt name…). I know it’s called Wisteria Lane, but I thought it was a clever play on words (probably still is).

The things you learn in Botanical Gardens and soap operas….

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~ by tatjana on May 16, 2012.

One Response to “More from Kew Gardens”

  1. Beautiful!!

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