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Photo: The Golden Age of Botanical Art

The Golden Age of Botanical Art - a collection of illustrations

29 Nov 2012

Browse stunning illustrations from The Golden Age of Botanical Art, by Martyn Rix. Discover more about this fantastic new book published by Andre Deutsch in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.


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The Woodland Garden dons its winter coat

by: Katie Price, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
27 Nov 2012

Shifting 20 tonnes of bracken mulch will reap rewards in the year to come.

Your Gate to the Gardens

by: Elisabeth Thurlow, Library, Art and Archives blog
27 Nov 2012

The recent renaming of the Main Gate has had the Archives team thinking about the importance of the Kew gates in the Gardens' history.

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David Nash in conversation with Peter Gasson

26 Nov 2012

David Nash views trees under the microscope with help from Peter Gasson, a wood anatomist at Kew.


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David Nash - Cork Spire

23 Nov 2012

A series of photos of David Nash constructing his cork spire in the Nash Conservatory.


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Photo: The Temperate House with snow cover

Winter at Kew Gardens

20 Nov 2012

A gallery of images in winter from Kew's flickr stream.


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Christmas Festival 2012

12 Nov 2012

A selection of images from the activities and events at the Christmas Festival 2012


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Autumn colour - Six of the best

by: Anthony Hall, Arboretum team blog
12 Nov 2012

So many of the trees and shrubs at Kew show outstanding autumn colour that it has been difficult choosing just the best six

The taste of the Amazon

by: Wolfgang Stuppy, Millennium Seed Bank blog
09 Nov 2012

This month Kew's Seed Morphologist, Wolfgang Stuppy, brings us a post about his recent adventures in the Amazon. Now safely back in the Millennium Seed Bank, he can share with us news of Cupuaçu; the taste of the Amazon!

Photo: Transporting seedlings in buckets for community planting in Malawi

Kew is taking part in the 'Big Give Christmas Challenge'

09 Nov 2012

This year, Kew is taking part in the 'Big Give Christmas Challenge', a campaign to encourage philanthropic giving by matching a donors’ gift. Effectively your donation to the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership could be doubled! We need to raise £50,000 for next year’s seed collecting trips, as well as expanding our work on using existing collections. Please note: This campaign ran from 6 to 19 December 2012 and has now finished.


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Yellow flowers of Epidendrum montserratense

Epidendrum montserratense
Montserrat orchid

In 2006, Kew conservationists rescued several plants of the endangered Montserrat orchid from dead trees on the volcano-ravaged island of Montserrat and installed them in the security of the island’s botanic garden.

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