The British Museum‘s forecourt is currently hosting a North American landscape, created in conjunction with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. The three habitats represented are woodland, wetland, and prairie, and it makes for a pleasant, flower-filled interlude between the museum’s galleries and the hustle and bustle of Great Russell Street. For a list of events relating to the garden (including guided tours and lectures), click here. To learn more about the garden, click here. The North American landscape is at the British Museum until 25 November 2012.
Photos by Sven Klinge
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