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Hurrango Forest in Peru

How is Kew helping to conserve biodiversity?

18 Oct 2010

As international politicians and government representatives discuss the conservation and management of the world’s biodiversity at the Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, Japan this week, Kew reflects on its work with partners around the world to support biodiversity.


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Introducing Kew's Alpine Nursery and the people who care for the plants

by: Graham Walters, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
14 Oct 2010

Find out about what goes on in the Alpine Nursery at Kew Gardens. Follow Graham Walters, the team leader of of the Nursery, behind the scenes and meet the people who care for the wonderful plants grown there.

Welcome to Kew's UK Overseas Territories programme blog

by: Pat Griggs, UK Overseas Territories team blog
14 Oct 2010

Find out about the plants of the UK Overseas Territories and how Kew's UKOTs programme is helping to understand and conserve them.

The Wakehurst blues (and oranges)

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
11 Oct 2010

Learn tips and tricks on taking great photos of trees - perfect for the autumnal displays that can be seen at Wakehurst this time of year.

Introducing our new Archives Graduate Trainee

by: Sarah Cox, Library, Art and Archives blog
08 Oct 2010

Read about our new trainee and her first few weeks at Kew.

Retracing the footsteps of Everard Im Thurn in Guyana

by: Sara Albuquerque, Economic Botany blog
07 Oct 2010

The South American country of Guyana (formerly British Guiana) has a rich biological and cultural heritage, well-represented in Kew's Economic Botany Collection. A research project seeks to view the historic collections in the context of today's people and environment.

Kew's work proves ever more vital

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
07 Oct 2010

It was all over the news in the past week: one in five plant species is at risk of extinction, and the main cause is habitat loss caused by our activities.

Hummelo in winter fog by Piet Oudolf

2 for 1 exhibition entry at the Garden Museum

06 Oct 2010

Exclusive offer for Kew members


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Paris japonica - the largest genome

Kew scientists discover the largest genome of them all

05 Oct 2010

Scientists at Kew’s Jodrell Laboratory have discovered that Paris japonica, a striking rare native plant of Japan, has the largest genome of them all – bigger than the human genome and even larger than the previous record holder - the marbled lungfish. The results are published in the Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.


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Exclusive mug collection from Kew

A new collection of beautiful fine bone china mugs

04 Oct 2010

Kew Shop is proud to introduce a new collection of beautiful fine bone china mugs featuring celebrated botanical prints by Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840).


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Hemerocallis fulva (orange daylily)

Hemerocallis fulva
orange daylily

The orange daylily bears a succession of striking orange-red flowers on long stems, but each flower lasts only one day, opening in the morning and closing in the evening.

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