One sunny Saturday, the six friends and the Beatles decided to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew. George was especially excited to go there as he is a big lover of gardens and gardening. He said to the others, "I can't wait to smell and take photos of all the lovely flowers!" Rosie replied, "The same goes for us!" Once they arrived, they bought their tickets and got some maps from the visitor center. They then enjoyed exploring the various areas and taking photos of not just the flowers, but plenty of other plants and trees, too. As the group walked, a certain part of the outdoor gardens lured George in, unaware that a sign nearby forbade anyone to go inside it. It turned out to be a group of mysterious, aqua-colored flowers which create a chime-like sound when touched or shaken by a light breeze or wind. George remarked as he took pictures of them, "I've never seen flowers like these before. They're quite unique." After smelling them, they released their soothing chimes. Causing him to fall asleep in a matter of seconds.
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