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Celebrate the life of a loved one - sponsor a display of flowering bulbs

26 Apr 2010

Sponsoring one of Kew’s renowned bulb displays is a very special way to remember a loved one or celebrate a special anniversary or event. Celebrate the life of a loved one at Kew Gardens or Wakehurst Place with a spectacular bulb planting.


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Cherry blossom at Kew

Cherry trees in bloom

22 Apr 2010

Kew's cherry blossom lifts the soul and gladdens the heart


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Our Landscape is coming together

by: Steve Ruddy, Kew at the British Museum blog
21 Apr 2010

Find out how Kew's South Africa Landscape at the British Museum is coming together. Get a sneak preview of the plants in place and find out why our plants were covered with a fleece membrane.

Wetland planting Palm House Pond

Wetland garden taking shape

20 Apr 2010

Kew's Palm House Pond gets a makeover with a new marginal wetland planting in front of Museum No.1


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Sustainable support from Velvet Toilet Tissue

16 Apr 2010

Velvet Toilet Tissue teamed up with Kew to build Treehouse Towers - an exciting new outdoor play area at Kew Gardens, constructed from sustainably sourced trees.


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Introducing the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
15 Apr 2010

Find out about the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition and how you can get involved. It's the world’s premier competition for garden plant and flower photography.

Close up of the fungal network of a pine seedling

Kew to explore the role of DNA technology in restoring damaged habitats

15 Apr 2010

Scientists at Kew are looking into the use of DNA technology to help analyse and restore areas of land that have been harmed or destroyed. This is part of Kew's new research programme in restoration ecology that will reach around the world.


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Flowers of Corylopsis sinensis (Chinese witch hazel)

Chinese witch hazel in flower

15 Apr 2010

In Kew's Woodland Garden, the flowers of this plant are giving off a wonderful lemony scent


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Our Landscape build gets underway

by: Richard Wilford, Kew at the British Museum blog
13 Apr 2010

The turf has been cleared, our landscape beds marked out and the rocks have been put into place. Watch our new video and see how our South Africa Landscape is starting to take shape!

Magnolia campbellii

The magnolias are coming

01 Apr 2010

All around the garden flashes of colour are finally emerging after the seemingly everlasting winter. Most showy of all are the magnolias, furiously flowering for all they're worth.


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Detail of Solanum ruvu herbarium specimen

Solanum ruvu

A rare, African spiny aubergine, Solanum ruvu has been collected only once and is now likely to be extinct in the wild.

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