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Spring has sprung

Visit beautiful gardens that come to life in time lapse & in literature!

Spring means flowers & hopefully we’ll all shake off the lingering chilly days to see gardens in bloom everywhere soon. In the meantime, immerse yourself in a National Geographic clip that they correctly call an “absolutely breathtaking time-lapse” of a garden coming to life. Since time feels stalled lately anyway, why not have it move like the Matrix but with these stunning results?

Man & woman lying in a field of flowers
We don't care much about these two...we want to see how the flowers came to be!

Great Maytham Hall, a country home in Kent, England, is where American author Frances Hodgson Burnett famously went through an ivy-covered iron gate & discovered a garden that she would memorialize forever in literature. Take a magical tour of the blooming grounds & real-life flowers & that inspired “The Secret Garden,” the beloved children’s classic published in 1911. The National Garden Scheme video will make you feel like you’re strolling through this wondrous place in person! And without the need for bug spray…

Iron gate in a lush environment
An iron gate guarded the surprises hidden in the real-life "Secret Garden"!

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