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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

  • Experience the life enhancing power of plants at the Kew Gardens Summer Festival
    Summer festival fun Come on a Plantasia adventure at Kew this summer
  • Photo of crocosmia
    Inspiring rich colour Visit now to see the vivid displays of deep and rich blooms as the Gardens come to life with dazzling colour.
  • Kew the Movies screen and audience outside Kew Palace
    Kew the Movies 2014 Join us for our annual open air cinema, located in front of Kew Palace.

Latest from Kew science

30 July 2014

Wakehurst Place is growing a wild flower meadow as part of the Grow Wild project.

Photo of Aerangis seedlings germinated with symbiotic fungi
30 July 2014

Madagascar is home to more than 1000 species of orchid of which about 90% are endemic. Kew’s Head of Conservation Biotechnology, Viswambharan Sarasan, describes progress in the identification of orchid mycorrhizae, and how this could help future orchid conservation and restoration programmes.

21 July 2014

Kew's Director of Science, Professor Kathy Willis, describes the BBC Radio 4 series Plants: From Roots to Riches, which goes to air today at 1.45pm. The series provides a unique examination of the major breakthroughs in botanical science, as seen through the lens of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Plants: From Roots to Riches

Plants from Roots to Riches, Radio 4 logo

In a major new Radio 4 series Kew's Director of Science, Professor Kathy Willis, presents the story of our changing relationship with plants over the last 250 years.

Every weekday at 1.45pm.

Find out more and listen to the series

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A selection of delicious teas available to buy in our gift shop

Orchid display in shop

Wedding venues

A selection of beautiful settings for your special day

Nash conservatory wedding venue

Framed prints

Enjoy a framed print at home from Kew's image catalogue.

Pavaver commutatum. Lady Bird Poppy

Discover plants

Why is acacia a medical wonder plant?

Spiny branch and yellow inflorescences of Acacia nilotica

Book of the month

Plant Lover's Guides to Dahlias and Salvias

Millennium Seed Bank

Find out about our vital work saving seeds

Visitors in the Millennium Seed Bank Exhibition

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Spring blossom in front of the Palm House at Kew Gardens

Restoration project

Support our five-year restoration of the Temperate House.

Temperate House exterior