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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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Cactus scrub in Pulquina, Bolivia

Cactus conservation in Bolivia

15 Jun 2010

Providing scientific support for conservation in Bolivia’s dry inter-Andean valleys.


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South Africa fever

by: Christina Harrison, Kew magazine blog
14 Jun 2010

As the World Cup kicks off, Kew continues to celebrate the natural wonders of this amazing country.

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14 Jun 2010

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Rose Pergola

Kew's Rose Pergola in full flower

11 Jun 2010

The hard work done by the team on the Rose Pergola has paid off magnificently.


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Paulownia flowers

Kew's beautiful specimen of Paulownia is coming to the end of its flowering

09 Jun 2010

Catch it now, behind the Waterlily House


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About 'Business Shaped By Nature'

by: Mike Saunders, Business Inspired by Nature blog
07 Jun 2010

Learn how some of Kew's world-leading plant experts have come together with thought-leaders at Biomimicry for Creative Innovation (BCI) to see if we can help organisations make nature work harder for them.

Making order out of chaos - Cataloguing the Rose-Innes papers

by: Hannah Jenkinson, Library, Art and Archives blog
04 Jun 2010

Read about the process of cataloguing a recent accession.

Richard Kernick tending to Kew's bonsai collection

New arrival on display in Kew's Bonsai House

01 Jun 2010

Kew's new azalea bonsai is flowering under the watchful eye of bonsai expert Richard Kernick


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On the trail of the lace-bark tree of Jamaica

by: Emily Brennan, Lori-Ann Harris, Economic Botany blog
26 May 2010

The lace-bark tree is the source of a beautiful natural lace, and was a vital part of Jamaican culture for 400 years. Inspired by lace-bark artefacts at Kew, Emily Brennan and Lori-Ann Harris search out the tree and its users in the Jamaican countryside.

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