The title here is pretty self-explanatory: "Kew Gardens"
references the Royal Botanic Gardens in southwest London, also known as Kew
Gardens. By choosing this title, Woolf places the emphasis of the story on the
whole of the scene, rather than on a particular character or theme. This is a
story about a bunch of disparate elements that Woolf masterfully draws into a
unifying vision of humanity and nature. To check out Kew Gardens today, visit: www.kew.org.