What's in the autumn issue
In the autumn issue of Kew magazine we’ve got some fascinating features for you. Take a look at the complete list of contents below.
There are several ways you can get your copy to support Kew's work.
- Dream Weaver
Meet Tom Hare and find out how Kew's ring of giant mushroom sculptures was created. Read the article (pdf)
Behind the scenes:
- Top of the class
Learn about Kew's Diploma in Horticulture and where this world-renowned course can lead.
- The Wallace connection
Discover the links between Kew and the remarkable 19th-century naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
- The magic of mushrooms
Get an insight into the fascinating work of Kew's mycologists. Read a pdf of this feature, and see below.
In the Gardens:
- Natural choices
Enjoy a preview of the best images from the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition.
- Elegant enigmas
Explore the beautiful but confusing birch trees at Wakehurst.
- Chinese takeaway
Should we broaden our culinary horizons to include the ginkgo tree's edible 'nuts'?
- On the rocks?
Gin drinker or not, you can still help to save our native juniper.
- Capital growth
Why is it important to restore London's lost orchards?
All the latest from Kew and Wakehurst
- Season Highlights
The best places to head for in Kew this autumn and winter
Kew's director Richard Deverell on the importance of fundraising
- What’s On
All the events listings for Kew and Wakehurst
- New in Store
Books and gifts from Kew
Look out for the spring issue in February 2014
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