News from Kew
Keep up to date with Kew news and blogs. Find out about the latest garden highlights, find out how Kew's science and conservation work is making a difference and see how your donations are helping to support our work in the UK and around the world.
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.6 likes
14 Jun 2011
Throughout May 2011, we invited members of our 'Your Kew' and 'Natural Neighbourhood' Flickr groups to take part in our 'New beginnings' Photo Challenge. Philip Smith, Director of the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition, picks his favourites.9 likes
10 Jun 2011
Kew is delighted to be a partner in INQUIRE, a pan-European project which aims to reinvigorate inquiry-based science education.3 likes
Kew supporters celebrate the publication of 'The last great plant hunt - the story of Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank'
10 Jun 2011
Kew's newest book title was given a great launch with authors, supporters of Kew's Millennium Seed Bank and staff attending a celebratory party in the Nash Conservatory, to welcome the book's publication.11 likes
09 Jun 2011
Join Peyton & Byrne at one of our exclusive pop-up restaurant evenings in the Orangery, and experience the taste of Kew Gardens as never before.4 likes
03 Jun 2011
Michele blogs about her work on the Oral History Project and how she is capturing the memories of Kew staff.
01 Jun 2011
There have been some exciting changes taking place to White Peak over recent weeks. We have transformed the existing shop into a new family-friendly café and retail space, with lots more additional seating inside and out0 likes
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A beautiful new species of palm discovered by Kew botanists in Madagascar’s newest protected area.
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