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Autumn at Kew Gardens

Photos of Kew in autumn from our Flickr photostream

24 Sep 2012

Browse a selection of images of Kew in autumn from our Flickr photostream.


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Image: Front cover of Ancient Trees

Ancient Trees - book of the month

21 Sep 2012

Kew's 'Book of the month' is Ancient Trees (second edition) by Edward Parker and Anna Lewington. Read on to discover more about this fantastic new book published by Batsford in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.


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On the murder of Dr Charles Budd Robinson

by: Charlotte Rowley, Library, Art and Archives blog
20 Sep 2012

Read about the death of enthusiastic plant hunter Dr Charles Budd Robinson in Ambon, as told by the murder report in Kew's archives, and learn why miscommunication can be deadly.

Saving seeds - in four million years we'll laugh about it!

by: Wolfgang Stuppy, Millennium Seed Bank blog
20 Sep 2012

Here comes a slightly different 'Seed of the Month' blog by the Millennium Seed Bank's Seed Morphologist, Wolfgang Stuppy, in which he explains why saving seeds is more than just a good idea!

Photo: Waterlily House - Kew Gardens

Highlights from Kew's 'Essence of Summer' photo challenge

20 Sep 2012

Throughout summer 2012, we invited members of our 'Your Kew' and 'Natural Neighbourhood' Flickr groups to take part in our 'Essence of summer' photo challenge. Once again we received many great photos, and Philip Smith, Director of the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition was on hand to pick his favourites.


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Waterlily House -Kew gardens

Highlights from summer 2012 'Essence of Summer' photo challenge

18 Sep 2012

Browse a selection of our favourite images shared as part of our most recent photo challenge, 'Essence of Summer'. 


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Every species counts

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
14 Sep 2012

Two new completed publications reveal just why every species matters to the health of our planet, and why we need to change our perception of their 'usefulness'.

Photo: The dry thornbush of North East Kenya

60 year project documenting plants of East Africa celebrated at Kew Gardens

13 Sep 2012

A significant milestone in East African conservation and botany will be celebrated at Kew today, to mark the completion of The Flora of Tropical East Africa (FTEA). This vast 60 year project involved documenting and furthering knowledge of the region’s 12,104 wild plant species, including many plants new to science.


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David Nash in the wood quarry, 23 August 2012

David Nash's Wood Quarry - August 2012

07 Sep 2012

Browse a selection of photos of David Nash working in the wood quarry on 23 August 2012.  The quarry will be closed from 24 September 2012, so don't miss your last chance of seeing David's work in action.


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‘If you can paint one leaf you can paint the world’

by: Dr. Shirley Sherwood, Library, Art and Archives blog
07 Sep 2012

In this latest post from the gallery, Dr Shirley Sherwood shares how she curated her current exhibition: Portraits of Leaves and Fungi, paintings from the Shirley Sherwood Collection.

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Euryops pectinatus

Euryops pectinatus
golden daisy bush

The generic name comes from the Greek ‘eurys’ meaning large and ‘ops’ meaning eye, referring to the showy flower heads (capitula) with eye-like centres.

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