Kew Gardens Cue Humidity in the Greenhouse




the-magic-chocolate-tree-cacoa-podAll my life I have lived in London and never visited Kew Gardens and finally..I made that trip to explore what lies in Kew Gardens. I never realised how big it was and you definitely need a whole day to explore, so don’t be like me and turn up at 3pm when the garden shuts at 6pm! I first visited the Greenhouse which houses the most exotic plantations, most of which I’ve never heard of in my life. It was incredibly humid and my hair didn’t take long to get a lil puffy too. may-yin-lee-of-red-velvet-london-blogger-photographing-in-kew-gardens









plant-spritzer-in-kew-gardens-greenhouseIt is such a beautiful greenhouse where you have access across the top of the greenhouse to get a pretty good birds eye view of it all. We couldn’t help but get a photo op with Alice, was quiet and no one staring! The one thing I will always remember? The Banana tree and the Cacao chocolate pods (ok that’s 2 things). Stay tuned for a part deux on Kew Gardens.

White crop Top from H&M | A line Stripey Skirt from Zara | Guess Sandals | Coach Nude Crossbody bag | Photo’s by Form 42 and photo’s not of me by me 😀

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