I watched a documentary called The Queen’s Garden.
It was all about Queen Elizabeth II’s garden at Buckingham Palace.
Talk about a beautiful place!
There are hundreds of species of birds and woodland creatures in the garden. Not to mention thousands of species of bugs and fungi.
And, of course, the garden is home to hundreds of various flowers.
Two of the flowers were actually created to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and her 70th birthday.
Another cool tidbit is that Queen Elizabeth has four beehives and several acres of mulberry bushes, which supply honey and berries for the royal family.
The garden is 40 acres and is one of the most beautiful sites in London.
What I was most fascinated by is the history behind the garden–it goes all the back to Henry VIII!
Can you imagine growing up with such a beautiful site as your playground?
English history has always intrigued me and The Queen’s Garden is well worth the watch.