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Combine Kew Gardens by day and Christmas at Kew with discounted joint tickets for groups

By: Paul Chibeba - 22 Jul 2013

Groups visiting this Christmas will, for the first time, be able to combine hot glasshouses by day with an enchanting illuminated trail after dark.

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Kew's Global Kitchen Cookbook available exclusively at Kew

By: Cicely Henderson - 19 Jul 2013

'Kew’s Global Kitchen Cookbook' celebrates the glorious variety of edible plants, with 101 recipes from around the world, richly illustrated with botanical art. The book is available to buy exclusively at Kew, including online, until October 2013. Take a look inside and find out more about the author.

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IGPOTY exhibition at Wakehurst Place

By: Philip Smith - 18 Jul 2013

Come and see the International Garden Photography of the Year (IGPOTY) exhibition at Wakehurst Place. And Philip Smith offers some top tips for photographing plants and water.

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Summer cereals at Kew

By: Mark Nesbitt - 15 Jul 2013

Kew's Grass Garden has a comprehensive display of cereals from around the world - grains such as wheat, barley, sorghum and millet - and now is the best time to come and see them.

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Fancy an ice cream bean for dessert?

By: Wolfgang Stuppy - 12 Jul 2013

For the IncrEdibles festival Kew’s resident seed specialist Wolfgang Stuppy is contributing bite-size features about weird and wonderful edible plants from around the world. In the second of the series – the incredible ice cream bean!

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John Lindley, the man who saved Kew

By: Joanne Yeomans - 11 Jul 2013

John Lindley, botanist, gardener and orchidologist, is little known nowadays but he played a vital role in preserving Kew Gardens for the nation. Now Kew's exhibition of works by his great grandson, Rory McEwen, is reviving interest in his role and in his own artworks.

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Kohl rabi - colourful and tasty too!

By: Ruth Calder - 10 Jul 2013

Ruth Calder, one of Kew's horticulture students, writes about kohl rabi and answers the questions she gets asked most often - “What is it?” and “What can I do with it?"

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July news from the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition

By: Philip Smith - 08 Jul 2013

As Summer finally arrives, I thought I'd update you about a few of our activities here at IGPOTY.

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Come and see Kew's glorious giant Himalayan lilies

By: Richard Wilford - 05 Jul 2013

A glorious display of the giant Himalayan lily, Cardiocrinum giganteum, can be seen now in the dappled shade of the Woodland Garden at Kew.

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Making the IncrEdibles Rose Garden Tea Party

By: Kirsti Davies - 04 Jul 2013

Guest blogger Kirsti Davies, creator of Kew’s unique Tea Party table, writes about the creative and practical process of building the installation.

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Wakehurst car parking - your questions answered

14 Mar 2014
Wakehurst is hosting public meetings about the introduction of car parking charges. You can read here the statement from Head of Wakehurst, Andy Jackson, and responses to questions raised in the meetings.


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Car parking charges at Wakehurst Place

18 Feb 2014
Later this spring we will be introducing charges for car parking at Wakehurst. The charges are likely to commence from mid to late April, but the exact timing will depend on the completion of the installation works.


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