A spectacular new species of canopy palm, recently discovered by Kew botanists in the remote Western Province of Papua New Guinea.
The giant beans of Coffea ambongensis are more than twice the size of those used in commercial coffee production.
This newly discovered member of the coffee family was found in the threatened Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil.
This stunning new species of palm was discovered by Kew botanists in Madagascar's newest protected area.
A highly threatened new species of stemless palm discovered by Kew botanists on the edge of Madagascar's newest protected area.
A clustering palm, with leaflets that look as though they have been 'nibbled', Dypsis gronophyllum is known only from the Vondrozo area of south-east Madagascar.
Only recently placed in a genus of its own, the Latin name of this palm honours a Kew botanist and palm expert.
Dioscorea orangeana is a newly described, threatened species of edible yam from northern Madagascar.
Dendrobium daklakense is a showy, attractive Vietnamese orchid that has evaded discovery until very recently.
Sweedman's mallee is a knee-high rare eucalypt of horticultural merit recently discovered on the burnt coastal slopes of the Mount Arid granite inselberg in SW Australia.