Kew Gardens Visit: Indoors

Kew Gardens is home to the world’s largest surviving Victorian glass structure. Known as The Temperate House, this greenhouse contains impressive specimens, but the structure itself is quite beautiful, as you can see!

They had an impressive collection of indoor specimens, ranging from plenty of leafy plants (photo 2), to boldly colored plants, such as the bold gold of Rhododendron macgregoriae (photo 3) and red-orange Nine-pin heath (also known as Erica mammosa, photo 4).

Consumer Alert: Rhododendron is a very toxic plant (may cause death) and should never be ingested. More information can be found here:


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