Kew Magazine - Kew's Gardens
Browse through our selected articles below to find out more about the botanical collections and horticultural highlights at Kew and Wakehurst Place.
Richard Wilford reveals the many and varied species and types of Narcissus at Kew.
A foray into Kew's fungi
Dr Martyn Ainsworth takes you on a foray around Kew's gardens to discover some of the amazing fungi that grow on site.
Full of Easter promise
Richard Wilford introduces Kew's Pulsatilla collection on the Rock Garden, which herald the beginning of spring. (Issue: spring 2011)
A blossoming collection
Richard Wilford takes a walk through Kew's beautiful cherry tree collection and discovers their history and cultural significance. (Issue: spring 2010)
Rich jewels of autumn
Vibrant berries light up the Gardens in autumn. Richard Wilford takes a look at the best and the brightest. (Issue: autumn 2009)
A rosy future
The rose is a traditional favourite of British gardeners. Richard Wilford takes a tour of Kew's rose collections - from a pergola clothed in glorious blooms to the new rose garden behind Kew's Palm House. (Issue: summer 2009)
Pretty as a pitcher?
Alluring but with a hint of danger, tropical pitcher plants are remarkably varied and endlessly fascinating. Richard Wilford goes behind the scenes at Kew's tropical nursery to explore the diverse Nepenthes collection. (Issue: winter 2008)
Wake up to winter
Wakehurst's Winter Garden offers a warm welcome in the cold months. Full of rich, glowing colours and enticing fragrances, it is well worth a visit as Chris Clennett explains. (Issue: winter 2008)
Switched on to bulbs
From early spring a succession of vibrant bulbs burst into life in Kew's woodland garden. Richard Wilford focuses on some of these fleeting but dazzling stars. (Issue: spring 2009)
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