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2 July 2012

Explore the British Museum's North American Landscape

The gardens created on the West Lawn of the British Museum forecourt in conjunction with Kew Gardens have become quite a fixture in recent years, with China (2008), India (2009), South Africa (2010) and Australia (2011) all receiving the forecourt treatment. This year, North American landscapes have come to Great Russell Street, with the creation of a North American garden.


The garden will be in place until November, and is a living, breathing piece of North America open to exploration by visitors, with plants from Florida in the south to New England and Canada in the north, focussing on the Eastern Seaboard.

For more, see http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/north_american_landscape.aspx

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the heads up! Should be going in a few weeks with a Canadian friend who is visiting. Happy she will be able to see this.

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