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Highlights of an autumn visit to Kew Gardens in 2013

Autumn at Kew Gardens this year looks set to be even more colourful than usual. The ever-popular pumpkins will be returning and our IncrEdibles festival will be shifting into its autumn phase with the opportunity to learn all about fascinating fungi and much more.

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Have you caught Olympic Fever?

If you've got a bad case of Olympic Fever why not head to Kew to continue to enjoy the spirit of the Games with the wonderful representations of the Olympic Rings and Paralympic logo in flower form? You can also see some of the tallest, oldest, fastest, weirdest and most beautiful plants on the planet right here.

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Come on a fungal foray at Kew

At this time of year there are some very special appearances in Kew Gardens. Why not come on a fungal foray to discover some weird and wonderful new friends.

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The Earth laughs in flowers*

Philip Smith talks through his favourite photos from this year's International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, on display at Kew Gardens.

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Are you an alpine lover?

It's winter issue time and this season our horticultural sights are set on some tiny mountain gems.

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Kew's work proves ever more vital

It was all over the news in the past week: one in five plant species is at risk of extinction, and the main cause is habitat loss caused by our activities.

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Capturing Kew's passion

One of the highlights of putting Kew magazine together is gathering and commissioning the images that will help convey what Kew is all about.

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