The strange-looking quiver tree is an icon of southern Africa's most arid habitats.
This remarkable new species was discovered in the highly endangered Atlantic Forest of eastern Brazil.
Trumpet honeysuckle has striking, bright red, tubular flowers and is an attractive climber, which is evergreen in very mild areas.
Michelsonia microphylla is a rare, although once locally abundant, tropical African forest tree from the Congo basin.
Magnistipula multinervia is so rare that only four trees are known, growing in a remote area deep inside Korup National Park in Cameroon.
The stinging-nettle tree looks a bit like a papaya tree - but it does what its name suggests!
Native to southeast Europe and southwest Asia, oriental plane is a long-lived tree with widely spreading branches and spiky round fruits.
The pagoda tree was introduced to Britain in 1753 and Kew's own specimen is believed to date back to 1760.
Marula is an African tree, the juicy fruits of which are highly prized by humans and other animals.
Tetraberlinia bifoliolata is a tropical African tree with yellow flowers and explosive seed pods.