Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Summer at Kew Gardens Experience the healing power of plants at Kew Gardens this summer.
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Kew the Music Amazing summer outdoor concerts in fantastic surroundings in front of Kew Palace
Latest from Kew science
Gerhard Prenner, researcher in plant morphology and anatomy, presents his recent ontogenetic study on one of the passion flowers, Passiflora lobata. He reveals insights about its peculiar flowers and highlights the Easter connection of the genus Passiflora.
Sven Buerki, from Kew’s Jodrell Laboratory, discusses the idea that islands located in the region today occupied by South-East Asia played a major role in the early diversification of flowering plants.
Phil Stevenson, from Kew's Jodrell Laboratory, reports on how small holder farmers in Africa use wild plants to control pests and how his new projects are helping optimise their use and reduce pressure on wild habitats
See the Gardens come alive at Kew
A selection of delicious teas available to buy in our gift shop
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
Beautiful paintings and fascinating information about magnolias
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.