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Immature fruit and flower of Eremophila

Plant story - Eremophila sp. is one of 550 species being collected in Australia

01 Dec 2009

Eremophila "A48866 Rainbow Valley" is one of a number of species being collected in Australia as part of the Northern Territory project.


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View of Kew's Palm House with Google Street View interface

Explore Kew Gardens on Google Street View

28 Nov 2009

Nature fans and gardening fanatics can find inspiration by navigating the paths of Kew Gardens’ 326 acre site. Take in the largest collection of plants in the world – 30,000 different species, including 14,000 trees – and iconic structures such as the Palm House and Pagoda.


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Fabulous Fibres Exhibition

by: Mark Nesbitt, Economic Botany blog
27 Nov 2009

Read what happened when the Economic Botany Collection joined forces with Haslemere Museum

Welcome to Kew's LAA Blog

by: David Iggulden, Library, Art and Archives blog
27 Nov 2009

Learn more about the LAA team and what we are doing at Kew

Lapageria rosea (Chilean bellflower)

Kew Today - Chilean bellflower

25 Nov 2009

For a splash of colour from a Chilean delicacy, visit Kew's Woodland Garden


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Scilla madeirensis at Kew

Kew Today - Madeiran squill at Kew Gardens

24 Nov 2009

If it's flowers you're looking for as winter takes hold, make for the Davies Alpine House


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Professor César Gómez-Campo

Professor César Gómez-Campo - a founder figure in wild species seed banking

19 Nov 2009

The Millennium Seed Bank conserves seeds of wild species. It might not have existed but for early pioneering work in Spain and at Kew.


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Rose pergola

Kew today - Pruning the Rose Pergola at Kew Gardens

16 Nov 2009

The colossal task of pruning the Rose Pergola at Kew Gardens is underway, lead by Andy Darragh.


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Kew's GIS team working with partners in the field

Kew expedition 09 - Get live updates via twitter from the GIS team in Madagascar

16 Nov 2009

Kew's GIS (Geographical Information Systems) team are in Madagascar to record and map plant life on the island and they're sending live updates from the field via twitter. Madagascar is home to an estimated 10,000–12,000 plant species, over 90% of which are found nowhere else on earth!


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Wreath for remembrance with purple flowers

Kew’s wreath for remembrance

11 Nov 2009

Kew horticulturist Ashley Hughes produced Kew's Remembrance Wreath which was laid at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London this week. The wreath is laid on behalf of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in honour of the service men and women who died for their country.


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