For Fresdian nothing can beat nature for beauty, especially the wilder side of it. For the Queen, much as she admires Fresdian's publications and artwork as part of these, the monarch sees that beauty can be found in gardens, which can be made to be what she wants them to be. Fresdian enjoys walking in the Palace gardens when there and finds them soothing but does not consider them to be anywhere near as wonderful as untamed nature. The Queen disagrees. Fresdian is wise enough not to argue the point.
On the other hand, the Queen feels scenes like the following are just as good.
I'm Allison Symes and write fairytales with bite, especially novels and short stories.