London’s Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is ablaze with colour. Chartreuse, reds and yellows, purples and blues form a rainbow provided in part by the 50,000 plants in this Unesco world heritage botanical wonderland. A collection of sculptures dot the 120ha park, some appearing to grow out of the flower beds, others creating focal points alongside a temple or in a glade between an avenue of trees. 

Entitled Reflections on Nature, the exhibition comprises 32 installations in the gardens as well as an indoor exhibition of smaller works. A map directs visitors around and I felt like an excited child searching for treasure, with one spectacular discovery following another...

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