Subscribe to Follow Kew (beta)

Follow Kew is a new service that regularly updates you on the aspects of Kew that particularly interest you.

Whether you’re interested in news from the gardens or the latest on our conservation work, we’ll keep you updated. You select the kind of information you want to receive, and how often you want to receive it, and we’ll send you regular emails keeping you right up to date.

This is a beta version of the service, which means we’re still improving how it works and welcome your feedback as you use it.

Your preferences for updates from Kew

Check the box or boxes below to tell us which areas of Kew’s activities you would like to be updated on.

  1. Get a round-up of all Kew news, including what’s coming up in the gardens at Kew and Wakehurst, the latest updates from our science and conservation teams and new plant and fungi profiles.


  2. Find out about upcoming festivals, events and activities at Kew Gardens, and get the latest information about new flowerings and garden highlights.
     


  3. Find out about upcoming festivals, events and activities at Wakehurst, and get the latest information about new flowerings and garden highlights.


  4. Go behind the scenes with Kew’s horticulturists, receive the most recent plant and fungi profiles and get fascinating insights about the uses of plants around the world.


  5. Get the latest from our science and conservation teams as they discover new species of plant and fungi, investigate new uses for plants and save seeds in Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank, protecting plant life for our future.


  6. Find out how your donations are helping Kew to look after the gardens and safeguard plant life for our future. Get information about upcoming Friends' events first.
     


  7. Find out about the latest scientific research and conservation projects taking place at Kew, including information about Kew's applied science activities, field work, databases, publications and training.


  8. Go behind the scenes with Kew blogs and get the latest from our experts working in the Gardens and our science and conservation teams, based at Kew and around the world.
     


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If you’d like to comment on this service, please drop us an email at webteam@kew.org. Your feedback is much appreciated.

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