Strolling around the Princess of Wales Conservatory in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London

The fabulous Princess of Wales Conservatory replaced a group of 26 smaller buildings, including a fernery and a cactus house. Princess Diana opened the conservatory in 1987 but the glasshouse is actually named after Princess Augusta, mother of George III, who founded the Gardens in 1759. With a floor space of 4,500 square meters, the glasshouse contains a whopping 10 different climatic zones and a huge variety of plants, from cacti and carnivorous plants to orchids and bromeliads.

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Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens
Princess of Wales Conservatory Kew Gardens

Filmed on 8 May 2019 with a DJI Osmo Pocket camera.

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