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Building of the Landscape has started

By: Steve Ruddy & Richard Wilford - 30 Mar 2011

Steve and Richard, alongside Alan the 'rockman', begin the build by plotting out the layout of the Landscape.


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The parasitic purple toothwort, Lathraea clandestina, is flowering now.

By: Richard Wilford & Katie Price - 29 Mar 2011

The purple flowers of the parasitic Lathraea clandestina, known as purple toothwort, mysteriously sprout from the ground in the Woodland Garden.


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Marianne North: A different view

By: Fiona Ainsworth - 29 Mar 2011

Come into Kew’s Library, Art & Archives Reading Room to see our latest display in the Wolfson Rare Books Room.


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Collecting curators

By: Mark Nesbitt - 25 Mar 2011

Find out what happened when the curators of four major collections of useful plants recently came together at Kew.


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Finding plants for the Landscape

By: Steve Ruddy & Richard Wilford - 24 Mar 2011

Richard and Steve travel far and wide to find the star plants for this year's Landscape at the British Museum.


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Richard Oldham: 'The Last Botanical Collector'

By: Charlotte Rowley - 23 Mar 2011

Learn about the hardships faced by the unfortunate botanical collector Richard Oldham on his journey around Japan, and find out what led to the end of his contract with Kew.


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Inspiration from granite outcrops

By: Steve Ruddy - 21 Mar 2011

Steve Ruddy visits the granite outcrops near Perth in Western Australia to draw inspiration for this year's Landscape at the British Museum.


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Black and white - the new colour

By: Philip Smith - 18 Mar 2011

Your photography can be wonderfully enhanced by exploring black and white techniques. We share some practical tips and tricks.


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Forests and climate change in Latin America

By: William Milliken - 18 Mar 2011

William Milliken explains how Kew’s science programme is helping to address the issues in this part of the world.


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Researching the landscape

By: Steve Ruddy - 18 Mar 2011

Steve Ruddy travels down under to research plants that will feature in Kew's Australia-themed landscape at the British Museum.

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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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