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Kew publishes world-leading book on Erythronium by Kew horticulturist

Photo of Chris Clennett
Tue, 2014-07-01 14:16

Seven years of research, sometimes in less than hospitable locations around the globe, lie behind Dr Chris Clennett’s new book - The Genus Erythronium: A Botanical Magazine Monograph. By day Chris works in the beautiful botanic gardens of Wakehurst Place at Ardingly, but to write the learned tome on Erythronium he had to climb remote mountain ranges in California and even follow in the path of grizzly bears.

New range of teas launched at Kew

Taylors chamomile & vanilla tea
Fri, 2014-05-09 16:59

Kew has teamed up with Taylors of Harrogate to create a remarkable range of infusions using the very finest fruits and herbs. All the fruits and herbs in these blends have been analysed by Kew’s experts, certifying the authenticity, quality and purity of the plant selections.

Kate Halloran, Senior Tea Buyer at Taylors, said:

Edward Bawden's Kew Gardens

<em>The Queen’s Garden</em>, lithograph from linocut, 1983.
Fri, 2014-04-25 12:53

About the book

This delightful book brings together 60 years of artist Edward Bawden’s illustrations, posters and linocuts of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It presents a light-hearted social history of Kew, peopled with the many Hanoverian kings, queen and princes who lived here, as well as famous people who passed through its gates such as the 3rd Earl of Bute, Joseph Banks the botanist, Fulke Greville the poet, as well as the novelist Fanny Burney and scientist William Hooker.

Book of the Month - Culinary Herbs and Spices of the World

Mon, 2014-01-06 16:54

About the book

People all over the world are becoming more sophisticated and demanding about what they eat and how it is prepared. Culinary Herbs and Spices of the World will appeal to inquisitive foodies, gardeners, botanists, and also students, particularly in food science and technology.

Book of the month - Overleaf

Mon, 2013-12-02 12:38

About the book

Overleaf is a unique celebration of foliage.

Susan Ogilvy’s 74 delicate and delightful paintings are a study of that most obvious but smallest distinct part of a tree – the leaf.

The paintings of both sides of the leaves of 37 trees found across the temperate regions of Europe and North America are uncluttered and beautiful portraits.

Book of the month - International Garden Photographer of the Year: Collection 6

Igpoty 2013 book cover, Exhibiton in Nash Conservatory
Fri, 2013-10-04 11:59

This sumptuous book features all the winning pictures from the competition as well as the best of the rest. It is an inspirational primer for all aspiring plant, natural history and garden photographers. Stunning imagery from around the world is accompanied with the photographers’ technical and artistic insights into the winning photographs, the judges’ comments and advice on improving your garden and plant photography.

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