Spring at Kew Gardens
Thousands of spring colours, two magical months, one place to see them
Spring sees layers of colour spread across the Gardens. As wildlife returns and trees and flowers come alive, it's an enchanting time to visit Kew, with a photo opportunity at every turn.
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Bluebells carpet the Woodland area at Kew and are particularly striking in the grounds of Queen Charlotte's Cottage.
Don't miss the stunning Cherry Walk now in bloom. It runs from the Rose Garden behind the Palm House to King William’s Temple, and then on to the Temperate House.
Don't miss the magnificent magnolias. You can find over 250 types across the Gardens, in particular near Elizabeth Gate entrance, Victoria Gate, and near the Kew Gardens Gallery.
Several varieties of camellia are in flower across the Gardens and can be found along the path from Victoria Gate to the Shirley Sherwood Gallery.
Visit the Davies Alpine house, which has changing displays of unusual and exotic bulbs between March and May.
Spring comes alive at Kew
Watch what happens as spring takes over
What's on at Kew this spring
This spring we have exhibitions, walks and tours of the Gardens, plus a behind-the-scenes tour of the Tropical Nursery. Find out what is on at Kew this spring.
These are just some of the beautiful spring photos shared by visitors on Instagram.
Visit Kew this week to see Kew coming alive with the colours of spring.