English Gardens

Great Britain has four thousand gardens. All of them open to the public, the vast majority concentrated near London. The tours are very common and organized tours departing from London to the various public gardens. For the English there is nothing more important than their gardens, for this reason, there is a large market for this area, including gardening books, television shows whose sole theme is gardening and countless articles for the gardening inlgesa. In the English garden is all perfectly designed, but not evidenced.

Key features highlighted the ripples that are made in the field. However, they are designed so that these curves look natural. Another of the peculiarities of its gardens, is that there is a significant relationship between the gap and the full. Anyway, this design seems so natural to watch, the only impression it creates is that, for some reason, the elements componene plant space have been developed and thus placed on the ground. Now, all empty areas present a design based on the French axis, although they present are irregular boundaries. Also the use of French axis system that applies to the land is much more subtle, and some architecture used to fill the gap. London Gardens London is one of the few cosmopolitan cities where 30% is green space. In addition to hosting the consecrated Botanic Gardens, Kew, teaches a diverse range of smaller gardens such as squares, private gardens and garden history museums.

For visits should check schedules and days of visit, as they are limited. Winter Garden Barbican Here you can find one of the best selections of exotic flora of London, after Kew Gardens. Located in the City of London. The garden grows more than two thousand species of tropical plants and trees that come from very different places such as Spain and Salt Lake City. There is also an aviary of finches and quail. Open to the public on weekends. Kew Gardens One of the most important botanical gardens in the world. Has 150 hectares, which are over 40,000 species and plant diversity. Is comprised of six greenhouses, which follows the Winter Garden Princess of Wales, the Victorian Palm House and the new Evolution House, and a pagoda, two art galleries and a Center for the Public. You can find more information about London in our London guide, where you'll find articles of interest on the and much other relevant information.

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