Let me show you a green Copenhagen this time, literally, not just because
Copenhagen is Europe's green capital for 2014.
We start off in the botanical garden, a gorgeous garden where you're invited to sit down
in the grass and enjoy the surroundings. Had the weather been better, I'm sure a lot of
people would have done so. But never mind the weather, we had a more than wonderful
stroll through the garden.
Imagine going to Copenhagen and seeing Edelweiss in bloom in springtime.
I had never seen Edelweiss, a very beautiful and extraordinary flower.
The always lovely poet's daffodil, one of my favourite daffodils. I had/have it in the garden but
the last two years only green leafs showed but no flowers. No idea why. So glad I saw it here instead.
Next, let's go to King's Garden (Kongens Have),
the gardens of Rosenborg Castle, once the royal residence.
Now, would you believe this is Copenhagen?
I took this picture while walking to the most photographed
statue in Copenhagen, but more about that in a later post ;)