Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Enjoy spring at Kew See the Gardens filled with tulips, bluebells and cherry blossom
Plant Finders Fair 2015 The must-see event for gardening enthusiasts comes to Kew
Kew launches new Science Strategy Our new strategy sets out how we will use our world-class collections and scientific expertise to help address the critical challenges facing humanity today.
First events announced for new literary festival Tickets on sale now for authors including Bill Bryson, Margaret Atwood and Max Hastings
See the Gardens burst into life as spring arrives
This time-lapse video shows how spring transforms the Gardens
BBC2 Kew on a Plate
Raymond Blanc has transformed our fruit and vegetable garden for his BBC series.
13 April 2015
Land-locked Bolivia has a wide range of vegetation types from its eastern plains to the mountainous Andes. After years of international collaboration, including the participation of 11 Kew scientists, Bolivian vascular plants have been comprehensively documented for the first time.
30 March 2015
A unique and complete dataset created and maintained by Kew scientists over the last 260 years, has revealed a striking difference in the number of new species of plants described by male and female botanists.
23 March 2015
Wolf Eiserhardt, Marie Curie Fellow at Kew, describes how past extinctions can be used to study the effect of climate change on the tree of life.