Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew      

One of the three major botanical gardens of the world. I begin in 1759 as a garden of the palace juxtaposition. A research organization having enormous plant collections and documents, seed bank. 2003 UNESCO world heritage registration.

The training in the Kew gardens for two weeks.

We work at once in Rose garden of David C.H. Austin in front of a palm house.

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We learned the British style pruning.

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Of the Rose garden where is original based on the document which is old as for them reproduced it.

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Free-range peacock

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Kew palace

Dear Professor a shrine of the 17th century that was an imperial villa of George III.

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The palm house of dusk is beautiful.

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We worked in Nursery.

Zone 6  Cool/Arid

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Zone 3  Aquatic Collections

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Zone 13 Tropical Collections

We worked pinch and Cleanup.

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Kew stops peat moss from 20 years before and is using love unpleasant (coconut fiber). Splendid!

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The blend of the soil of Nursery is human power.

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Zone 18 Orchidaceae – Warm Intermediate

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We made pot up and hanging basket of the orchid.

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We worked in a Palm House. A beautiful spiral staircase.

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Watering and Cleanup

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Two times of tea breaks of the morning and the afternoon!

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High place work that I attach a safety belt.

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Pruning !

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Gisu which walks on the ice.

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Princes of Wales Conservatory

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We worked in PWC which greeted the golden age in preparation for an orchid exhibition.

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We surround moss; prepared it.

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A mascot character of PWC.
Free-range iguana !

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 Water Display
The flower artist of the volunteer.
It is difficult for the Kew to become a volunteer.

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Kew Library
We had you show the original picture of the plant painter Margaret Mee in a library.

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The original picture is great!

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It was two weeks with much learning.
Thank you, everybody of the Kew gardens !

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