Although the Almond blossom is slowly drifting away, it’s still worth a trip to see the beautiful white petals and the remaining flowers on the trees.2. Frogs
Frogs and toads both share the ponds at the physic garden, accompanied by other wildlife such as ramshorn snails and dragonflies.
3. Coffee plant
The exotic coffee plants are native to tropical areas of Asia and Africa and now reside in the tropical corridor of the gardens. Whilst there you can also see other plants such as: the black pepper, vanilla and cocoa.
The roots of the Mandrake plant may resemble the human figure, but be careful, as it is poisonous! But do they really scream when pulled out of the ground?
We hope you enjoy your visit as much as we did. For fun activities and days out please visit chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk. To view more of our Spring Summer ’15 campaign images see our Pinterest board here.