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Agave abrupta emerges through the roof of the Princess of Wales Conservatory

A botanical bid for freedom...

09 Jul 2010

Kew's Agave abrupta is breaking through the roof of the Princess of Wales Conservatory


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When business leaders meet botanists

by: Mike Saunders, Business Inspired by Nature blog
06 Jul 2010

Find out what happened when we decided to invite a diverse group of business leaders to Kew for the day – mixing business people with botanists.

Kew student vegetable plots

A lesson in horticulture

05 Jul 2010

At the end of the Order Beds, the Kew Guild Student Vegetable Plots are looking deliciously abundant.


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Coming home - Plant collecting in South Africa in the 1800s

by: Michele Losse, Library, Art and Archives blog
30 Jun 2010

In the first installment of a two part blog, find out more about Kew's history of plant collecting in South Africa.

Duke's Garden

Duke's Garden - one of Kew's hidden gems

30 Jun 2010

This tranquil walled garden becomes a sea of colour at this time of year.


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Lunchtime talk in the landscape

by: Caroline Cartwright, Kew at the British Museum blog
29 Jun 2010

Caroline Cartwright, Senior Scientist at the British Museum gives a talk in the South Africa Landscape.

Wildflower meadow outside Main Gate

Wildflower meadow brings a breath of fresh air to TW9

21 Jun 2010

Just outside Elizabeth Gate, the wildflower meadow is looking stunning in the summer sun.


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Crossing continents - The next phase of digitisation

by: Helen Hartley, Library, Art and Archives blog
18 Jun 2010

Read about the recent changes within the Directors' Correspondence digitisation team and the start of our new project - digitising the Directors' Correspondence collection from Asia.

The People's Choice

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
17 Jun 2010

Find out how you can vote for your favourite photograph and hear thoughts from Jacky Parker, recent winner of the Plant Portraits category.

Aesculus indica

Kew's Indian horse chestnuts looking splendid

16 Jun 2010

Along the Little Broad Walk which runs from Main Gate, Aesculus indica 'Sydney Pearce' is flourishing.


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