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Christmas highlights in the Gardens

08 Nov 2012

A selection of Christmas highlights at Kew this Christmas


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Kew Gardens in winter

08 Nov 2012

Enjoy seasonal views of Kew Gardens during winter.


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Deforestation in South Sudan

Is our daily cup of coffee under threat?

08 Nov 2012

A new study from Kew suggests that Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years.


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Christmas Stocking Fillers

07 Nov 2012

This range of fabulous small and great value gifts are perfect for stockings!


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Christmas Gifts 2012

07 Nov 2012

Browse a fabulous range of christmas gifts suitable for all ages and tastes.


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eMonocot portal

eMonocot portal launched

07 Nov 2012

A new portal for eMonocot provides a gateway through which to search and access this online biodiversity resource for monocot plants.


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David Nash at Kew, autumn 2012

05 Nov 2012

Browse a selection of David Nash sculptures for the special price of £10, during November 2012, and see them against a background of vibrant autumn colours.


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Chalara dieback of ash - RBG Kew's response

05 Nov 2012

Chalara dieback of ash, a fungal disease which threatens the species, is currently receiving much press attention in the UK. Tony Kirkham, Head of Kew's Arboretum, provides a synopsis of the disease and how Kew is responding.


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Wax wonders

by: Mark Nesbitt, Economic Botany blog
05 Nov 2012

In the Victorian period, creating wax models of flowers was both a ladylike craft, and an important tool for botanical communication.

Identifying Indigofera

Interactive Indigofera identification

01 Nov 2012

A mobile application is being developed to identify species of Indigofera in the field in Southern Africa.


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Woodrow's crinum lily

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