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AdvantagesGood quality, beautiful floral designs

DisadvantagesNone

...Floral Garden Fine China Gift Boxed Mugs is one of the luxury collections from the Royal Botanic Kew Gardens which is designed in the UK by the Creative Tops Ltd. Creative Tops Ltd was established in the 1996 and now produced a whole collection of co-ordinated products including tablemats, coasters, trays, mugs, dinner sets, kitchen accessories and much more. With every purchase, Creative Tops...

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Excellent

AdvantagesHorticulture at its best a delight for all the family

Disadvantagescan be expensive and your feet will ache

...blow on it to revive it. This was a contributing factor in our choice of day out and where better for a gardener but THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS AT KEW. ************** HISTORY OF KEW Princess Augusta, mother of George III was an amateur botanist and on land leased by Queen Caroline and George II, founded the Gardens of Kew. George III continued his mother's work he had a passionate interest in...

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Excellent

AdvantagesStunning gardens, iconic greenhouses, fun for children, a break from city life

DisadvantagesNoise from the planes overhead, food can be expensive

...for children under 17 when accompanied by an adult. A Brief History Last year Kew Gardens celebrated its 250th anniversary having been founded in the mid-18th Century by Princess Augusta, mother of King George III (he of the infamous ?madness?). Initially, Kew was a Royal garden with Kew Palace being bought by George III as a home for his family. His wife, Queen Charlotte, also had a cottage in...

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