Kew Place is a lovely brick manor house located in the Kew Botanical Gardens, London.
Kew Palace, was once known as the “Dutch House” because of its Dutch gables
The perfectly maintained hedges and topiaries add a key architectural feature to this property
The Queen’s Garden is a formal garden that lies behind Kew Palace
The plants in the Queen’s Garden are those grown in Britain before and during the 17th century.
The symmetrical lines of Kew Palace are mirrored in plantings of the Queen’s Garden
This mallard liked the tranquility offered by this pond in the Queen’s Garden. The statue in the center of the pond is a copy of Verocchio’s ‘Boy with a Dolphine.’
This Venetian well head is a focal-point of the parterre garden
This marble satyr stands guard next to a leafy hallway
Looking west down the leafy hallway in the Queen’s Garden
We found the exterior of Kew Palace and the Queen’s Garden to be a wonderfully tranquil retreat from the rest of the gardens. The Queen’s Garden is one of the more structured outdoor gardens at Kew, making it a great location for traditional photography.
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