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Palm House at Kew Gardens

Richard Deverell to succeed Professor Stephen Hopper as Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

13 Jun 2012

The Trustees are pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Deverell to succeed Professor Stephen Hopper as Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Richard will take up his post in autumn 2012.


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Stephen Hopper outside the Princess of Wales Conservatory

Director of Kew named in Australian Honours list

11 Jun 2012

Professor Stephen Hopper, Director (CEO and Chief Scientist) of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, has been appointed a ‘Companion of the Order of Australia’, within the Australian Honours System.


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08 Jun 2012


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Blue Ring by David Nash

David Nash at Kew - In the Gallery

08 Jun 2012

David Nash describes the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art as the hub of his exhibition at Kew Gardens. Browse some of the works included in this exhibition below.


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Kew tree drawings

Kew tree drawings

08 Jun 2012

A gallery of drawings of Kew's trees, by David Nash.


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Jubilee celebrations

by: Debora Hodgson, Stephanie Rolt, Library, Art and Archives blog
08 Jun 2012

Read about a special display that has been produced for the Library Reading Room to celebrate Her Majesty's connections with Kew.

Blue Ring in North Wales

 The story of Blue Ring

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery of photos showing Nash's original Bluebell Ring, a living work, and his subsequent works on paper.


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Wooden Boulder by David Nash

 The journey of Wooden Boulder

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery of photos to tell the story of Wooden Boulder.


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Ash Dome in spring

 Ash Dome through the seasons

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery of photos showing Ash Dome in spring, summer, autumn and winter.


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  Black Dome at Kew Gardens

Making Black Dome

07 Jun 2012

A gallery following the making of Black Dome.


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Detail of holotype specimen of Helixanthera schizocalyx

Helixanthera schizocalyx

A striking new mistletoe, recently discovered in the ‘lost forest’ of Mt Mabu in northern Mozambique, is currently known from just five collections made in the same small area.

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