What's in the spring issue
In the spring issue of Kew magazine we’ve got some fascinating features for you. Take a look at the complete list of contents below.
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- Magnificent magnolias
Tony Kirkham reveals some of the fascinating and beautiful magnolias at Kew. Read this article (pdf)
Behind the scenes:
- Looking for adventure
How do the great Victorian plant hunters differ from their modern-day counterparts?
- Raising the bar
The new director of horticulture, Richard Barley, reveals his ambitions for the Gardens.
- Saving for the future
Gathering and banking UK tree seeds sounds simple enough - but the reality is a different story. Read a pdf of this feature.
- The botanists' church
Find out why St Anne's, on Kew Green, turned to the Gardens and its Library for inspiration.
- Connecting the dots
Why are our native pasque flowers in decline? Kew scientists seek out the causes and solutions.
In the Gardens:
- Out of the blue
Discover a stunning azure orchid species, which is a parent of many of the hybrids in Kew's Orchids festival.
- Spirit of the woods
Visit Wakehurst's new sculpture that aims to breathe new life into an old tree.
All the latest from Kew and Wakehurst
- Season Highlights
The best places to head for in Kew this spring
Kew's director Richard Deverell on his plans for 2014
- What’s On
All the events listings for Kew and Wakehurst
- New in Store
Books and gifts from Kew
Look out for the summer issue in May 2014
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