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Farmers planting seedlings of Carapa procera, Gardenia sokotensis, Khaya senegalensis and Senna alata in a communal garden in Mali for use as natural pesticides (Image: M.Sacande).

Tree planting in Africa

30 Jun 2011

The Millennium Seed Bank Partnership is helping with tree propagation and planting schemes in Africa. During 2010, nearly 62,000 seedlings of 203 tree species were produced in the initiative.


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Tropical bromeliads in the nursery at Kew

by: Nick Johnson, Tropical Nursery blog
28 Jun 2011

Nick Johnson meets the Tropical Nursery’s very own bromeliad expert, Marcelo Sellaro. Find out more about bromeliad cultivation and get suggestions to try at home.

Alpine travels in Armenia (part two)

by: Kit Strange, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
27 Jun 2011

Travelling in Armenia is fascinating, both botanically and culturally. Read on to find out about legends, mysteries and tales of the unexpected!

Erelmalche rotundifolia (Image D. Stevenson, New York Botanical Garden)

Neotropikey launches online key to Malvoideae

24 Jun 2011

The Neotropikey team have lauched the project’s first online, multi-access genus-level key, covering the 78 genera of Malvoideae (mallow subfamily) that are native or introduced in Latin America.


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Time for a change

by: Joanne Seaton, Library, Art and Archives blog
24 Jun 2011

Find out about the Gallery team's work and how they are preparing for the upcoming exhibition in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery, at Kew Gardens.

The Earth laughs in flowers*

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
23 Jun 2011

Philip Smith talks through his favourite photos from this year's International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, on display at Kew Gardens.

Cover of Kew Scientist issue 39

Kew Scientist issue 39 is published

17 Jun 2011

Issue 39 of Kew Scientist, our science and conservation newsletter, is now available and has the International Year of Forests 2011 as one of its themes.


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New 'Wild Strawberry' tableware collection from Kew

16 Jun 2011

Kew shop is pleased to introduce a beautiful new collection of tableware, inspired by botanical illustrations from Kew's Library.


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A Journey to the 'Land of Many Waters'

by: Sara Albuquerque, Economic Botany blog
15 Jun 2011

Sara Albuquerque updates us on her journey to Guyana, in the footsteps of Sir Everard im Thurm.

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Support the Kew Fund and help us to keep Kew looking amazing

15 Jun 2011

Planting has started on the Palm House parterre at Kew Gardens this summer. The new design will offer a memorable combination of pinks and greys, it will feature a display of around 16,000 plants and reflect a Victorian style.


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