Kew Gardens turns up the heat

Mon, Jan 11, 2010

Climate Change, Kew Gardens

London has seen its share of freezing temperatures this month. I am working in the capital during the week and always looking for a slice of greenery with my gardening antennae.Kew Gardens is top of my list having recieved news of their Tropical Extravaganza taking place during February. A chance to turn up the heat with dreams of warmer shores and exotic plant delights in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.,33CK,PDC0E,9OQN,0


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