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Autumn arboretum trees yellow in colour

Things to do at Kew in November

05 Nov 2009

Experience our autumn colours, visit the Prince of Wales' Rainforest Project exhibition and don't miss The Art of Plant Evolution in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery.


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Kew's Coelogyne dayana in flower

Don't miss our necklace orchid in flower this autumn

05 Nov 2009

Kew's necklace orchids are showing off their sparkly curtains in the Princess of Wales conservatory at Kew Gardens.


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Kew Magazine November post

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
03 Nov 2009

It may be starting to look wintry, but there's still plenty to do at Kew.

White trumpet flower with red spots

Kew today - Our large flowered birthwort puts on a tremendous show

29 Oct 2009

The curious incident of the monster flower in the Princess of Wales Conservatory at Kew Gardens.


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Autumn colours at Kew

Buy tickets to Kew Gardens online

29 Oct 2009

Kew Gardens has recently launched a new online tickets facility, so you can book tickets from the comfort of your own home for visits during the next 3 months.


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Kew's online shop window

Welcome to Kew's new online shop

27 Oct 2009

Visit our new Online Shop, featuring a great selection of books, gifts, jewellery, gardening equipment and souvenirs.


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Students stand in a 10% formation at Kew's MSB

The next big challenge for Kew's Millennium Seed Bank partnership

26 Oct 2009

Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank partnership will continue to focus on those parts of the world which are home to some of the world’s poorest people, and where plant diversity is tightly bound to people’s livelihoods.


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Children taking bark rubbings at Wakehurst Place

Get creative and be inspired at Wakehurst Place during Autumn half-term

26 Oct 2009

Get creative in the heart of the Sussex countryside this half term with a range of activities to celebrate autumn at Wakehurst Place.


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The red leaves of a scarlet maple (Acer rubrum) in Kew Gardens

Don't miss Kew's scarlet maple turning red this autumn

23 Oct 2009

The scarlet maple at Kew Gardens turns from yellow to orange to red, branch by branch. Autumn colours can be seen at Kew Gardens until early December.


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Red and green autumn leaves of the Japanese stuartia (Stuartia pseudocamellia)

Kew Today -  See the vivid autumn colours of Kew's Japanese stuartia

20 Oct 2009

Holly Walk is best known for its superb collection of prolifically fruiting hollies, but head along it to the Xstrata Treetop Walkway and the pathway is set ablaze by the vivid autumn colours of the Japanese stuartia (Stuartia pseudocamellia). Autumn colours can be seen at Kew Gardens until early December.


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Dactylorhiza purpurella (northern marsh orchid)

Dactylorhiza purpurella
northern marsh orchid

Northern marsh orchid is difficult to distinguish from other marsh orchids and was not described as a separate species until 1920.

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