Tropical Extravaganza at Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens is hosting a Tropical Extravaganza, billed as “London’s most colourful festival.” From February 5 – March 6, Kew showcases a rainforest display with tropical plants, including thousands of orchids, in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.

With the planet’s largest plant collection, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew has long been the center of the botanical world. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, and deserves a visit at any opportunity. The Tropical Extravaganza festival provides a welcome escape from winter, and presents brilliant colors and intoxicating floral perfumes. If you can’t make it to London, you can still enjoy some of Kew’s floral beauty online.

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3 Comments on “Tropical Extravaganza at Kew Gardens”

  1. Dianna Whitaker Says:

    I love Kew! I visited many times but I ever only seen a portion. They have orchids on display all year so it’s never the wrong time to go. I love the Wakehurst gardens in West Sussex too.

  2. JH Says:

    Many thanks for your resource! I really appreciate what you’re providing here.

  3. KellyAp Says:

    jolly good show!