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.
18 Jan 2011
Find out how Kew botanists, specialising in the flora of southeast Asia, get together every Friday afternoon for the 'family sort' of specimens newly arrived to the Herbarium.
17 Jan 2011
As the Marianne North Gallery Conservation Project draws to a close, Eleanor Hasler looks back at the highlights of over two years working in the Marianne North Conservation Studio.
15 Jan 2011
Kew is delighted to announce that it is working in partnership with The Times to create a garden showcasing the significance of plants to science and society, through an eye-catching and innovative design by Chelsea gold medallist Marcus Barnett.42 likes
14 Jan 2011
Find out about the show-stopping, psychedelic and truly unique waterlily, Nymphaea 'Arc-en-ciel', which is grown in the aquatic zone of the Tropical Nursery and displayed to the public in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.
14 Jan 2011
Kew Shop is pleased to introduce a beautiful range of hand-thrown plant pots85 likes
13 Jan 2011
Beside the Ice House and in the Winter Garden several hybrid witch hazels are in full spidery flower.24 likes
13 Jan 2011
Fieldwork in the coastal forests of northern Mozambique has so far led to the discovery of 20 new species and 50 species not previously recorded in the country.5 likes
11 Jan 2011
In December 2010, Kew invited members of its 'Your Kew' and 'Natural Neighbourhood' Flickr groups to take part in our 'Winter Up Close' Photo Challenge. Here are some of our favourite photos.8 likes
10 Jan 2011
Previously on RAW passions, we left you with the tantalising prospect of exploring the world of RAW files to really push your photography forwards. In this second part - we deliver.
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