We took advantage of the free entry offered by Kew Gardens over the holidays. The weather was bleak but we enjoyed the glasshouses and the Treetop Walkway. There are also a number of David Nash sculptures, parsnip-shaped and otherwise, dotted around the gardens until 14 April.
I have to admit I didn’t know what ‘d’ stood for, but I’ve consulted a helpful junior-school website which explained it was a penny, the ‘d’ from ‘denarius’, a Roman silver coin.
Kew Gardens, 1937
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