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Kew Royal Botanic Gardens London is host to one of the largest
collections of plants from around the world. The
gardens were created by combing two royal estates in 1772,
under the patronage of George III Kew Gardens developed into
one of the world's foremost centres of horticultural research.
Victorian green houses stand crammed full of
luxuriant tropical growth, recreating the environment of plants
from every habitat, desert, swamp and rainforest. Even in
the middle of winter the gardens and the greenhouses hold
a splendid display for all tastes.
Concessions: Over 60 -
This attraction is covered by the London
Nearest Tube: Kew