Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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Latest from Kew science
Kew scientists Mark Chase and Alec Pridgeon have been awarded the Fellowship of the Orchid Society of South East Asia.
Biocultural collections are a vital tool for research into human uses of the plant and animal worlds – the field known as ethnobiology. Mark Nesbitt, Curator of Kew’s own Economic Botany Collection, tells us about a major new Kew publication on the uses and care of such collections.
Recently-released IUCN Red List assessments for slipper orchids from the temperate Northern Hemisphere show that a shocking 79% of species are threatened with extinction. Mike Fay, Head of Genetics and Chair of the IUCN Orchid Specialist Group, describes Kew’s Red Listing of these iconic plants and what is being done to save them.
Top ten attractions at Kew Gardens
Tea towel and bag with unique designs by Holly Francesca.
A selection of beautiful settings for your special day
Enjoy a framed print at home from Kew's image catalogue.
Why is acacia a medical wonder plant?
Book of the month
Plants: from roots to riches - a companion to the series.
Millennium Seed Bank
Find out about our vital work saving seeds
Enjoy unlimited access to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst
Support our five-year restoration of the Temperate House.