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Investigating the spread of an invasive tree in the Turks and Caicos Islands

by: Alexandra Davey, UK Overseas Territories team blog
24 Jan 2012

Alexandra Davey, a Conservation Science MSc student from Imperial College, spent two months in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI), investigating the spread of an invasive tree, Casuarina equisetifolia, which threatens coastal habitats there.

Jamie Cullum at Kew the music 2011

Kew the Music 2011

20 Jan 2012

View images of the audience and performers at the 2011 Kew the Music festival.


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Travel the world and explore the past at Kew

by: Stephanie Rolt, Library, Art and Archives blog
19 Jan 2012

Discover the wealth of documents held at Kew’s Archives which can help us to create a picture of the lifestyles of travellers and explorers in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Antarctic heroes

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
17 Jan 2012

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the day Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his team reached the South Pole. But did you know that in the Joseph Hooker exhibition at Kew Gardens, you can see a letter from Scott to Sir Joseph Hooker?

X ray of Pancratium seeds

X-rays of seeds gallery

16 Jan 2012

Seed X-rays are often interesting images showing the beauty of seeds, beneath the surface.


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Specimen of Cladrastis kentukea

12 new flavonoids discovered in Kew tree

12 Jan 2012

In the 2011 International Year of Forests, scientists report the discovery of 12 compounds new to science in a tree growing at Kew Gardens.


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Clavulinopsis miyabeana (Image: Paul Cannon)

Fascinating world of fungi

10 Jan 2012

Discover a weird and wonderful array of fungi in this collection of photos.


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Autumn at Kew Gardens

Autumn at Kew Gardens gallery

10 Jan 2012

Browse our stunning collection of photos showing autumn unfold at Kew Gardens in London. Kew Gardens is one of the UK's top visitor attractions.


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The winter flowering Cyclamen coum

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
09 Jan 2012

It is said that you can have a cyclamen in flower every month of the year and January belongs to the diminutive Cyclamen coum.

Understanding colour for photographers

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
09 Jan 2012

Philip Smith shows you how your garden and plant photography can benefit from a richer understanding of  colour.

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