Visiting A Botanical Garden

The other day, me and my boyfriend went to a botanical garden. Luckily, it was a really nice, sunny day and I took loads of pictures of gorgeous plants and flowers!

So, I thought I would share them all…

Enjoy!

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Within the garden they had a big greenhouse. It was so hot inside from the sun, and it was filled with tropical plants and flowers.

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Inside of their greenhouse, they also had fish, frogs, salamanders, tarantulas, moths, scorpions, centipedes and other creepy crawlies. (None of these were roaming around wild!)

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If you fancy a nice day out and live in or you’re visiting the North East, I’d definitely suggest going to the Botanic Garden in Durham. It’s only £4.00 for adults to get in and it also has a nice little cafe!

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