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International Garden Photographer of the Year winners 2012

01 Mar 2012

Browse through photographs of the winning entries for each category of the 2012 International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition.


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Archaeorhizomycetes viewed under a scanning electron microscope

Discovering common fungi

29 Feb 2012

A PhD student helps to discover a new class of fungi.


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Collections from the Caribbean

by: David Hickmott, Millennium Seed Bank blog
28 Feb 2012

Follow a Millennium Seed Bank collector on an expedition to the Dominican Republic to save threatened and useful plants.

Inside the Preservation Studio

by: Debora Hodgson, Library, Art and Archives blog
27 Feb 2012

Read about our Library Graduate Trainee and her behind-the-scenes work in the Preservation Studio.

Hyacinthoides non-scripta (bluebell)

Spring flowers

27 Feb 2012

Browse through images of beautiful flowers. Each image leads to its plant profile where you can find out more about these familiar - and some not so familiar - plants that look stunning in spring.


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The arrival of spring in the Arboretum

by: Tony Hall, Arboretum team blog
22 Feb 2012

Colourful bulbs and scented flowering shrubs are brightening up the coldest days in Kew's Arboretum - with the promise of better things to come.

Booklice on a petri dish

‘Polyunsaturates’ not good for booklice

22 Feb 2012

Research at Kew is investigating ways to protect library, museum and herbarium collections from damage caused by booklice.


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A first flowering for Kew

by: Marcella Corcoran, UK Overseas Territories team blog
17 Feb 2012

With the appearance of a tiny greenish-white flower, Kew’s horticulturists have recorded the first flowering in cultivation of Metastelma anegadense, a plant found only on the low-lying island of Anegada in the Caribbean.

Status quo - rick parfitt and francis rossi

Kew the Music 2012

17 Feb 2012

Gallery of the artists playing at Kew the Music 2012.


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Building the Tropical Extravaganza

by: Kirsty Watson, Tropical Nursery blog
16 Feb 2012

Experience Kew’s Tropical Extravaganza from an apprentice’s point of view.

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Primula bulleyana

Primula bulleyana
Bulley's primula

Primula bulleyana is a candelabra primula from China with rich golden yellow-orange flowers.

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