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The self-taught naturalist - Alfred Russel Wallace and Kew

by: Marc Muller, Library, Art and Archives blog
15 Apr 2013

Our library trainee, Marc, blogs about the display he and Elisabeth Thurlow have curated on Alfred Russel Wallace, and looks at some of the connections between this eminent naturalist and Kew

David Nash cork spire

Book of the month - David Nash: A Natural Gallery

15 Apr 2013

David Nash: A Natural Gallery celebrates Nash's year-long exhibition at Kew Gardens. Full of stunning photography it showcases Nash's sculptures through the seasons and explores new works inspired by Kew.


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IncrEdibles; a voyage through surprising edible plants

by: Imogen Dent, Kew Gardens' group visits blog
12 Apr 2013

I’ve been hearing more about the forthcoming IncrEdibles festival and it really sounds pretty amazing, even by Kew standards!

Kew Gardens Archive Talks and Tours - The First 'Friends of Kew'

by: Lorna Cahill, Library, Art and Archives blog
10 Apr 2013

Details about upcoming free talks at Kew Gardens Archives, involving original historical documents and behind the scenes tours.

The Perfect Plant Hunting Companion?

by: Katherine Harrington, Library, Art and Archives blog
04 Apr 2013

Discovering 'man's best friend' in the Directors' Correspondence collection, part of Kew's archive.

Photo of Two Rings and Red and Black Cells, by David Nash

An illustrated book from Kew - David Nash: A Natural Gallery

03 Apr 2013

A selection of stunning photos from David's book, David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery, which celebrates his year-long exhibition at Kew Gardens in 2012-13.


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On Wallace and sago cakes

by: Bill Baker, Economic Botany blog
03 Apr 2013

In this guest post Bill Baker, a palm expert at Kew, reports on a culinary connection between botanists past and present

Oncidium fuscatum

Orchid community agree name changes in Oncidium

03 Apr 2013

A substantial rearrangement of generic boundaries in the widely cultivated Oncidium group of orchids has been agreed by the orchid community.


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Exterior of Temperate House

Kew’s historic Temperate House receives £14.7m Heritage Lottery Fund grant

28 Mar 2013

The grant will enable vital conservation of this Grade One listed heritage building, the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, and provide visitors with an inspiring new display, bringing to life why plants matter.


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