Kew Magazine brings you a varied mix of fascinating articles that go behind-the-scenes to explain the immense range of Kew’s work at home and abroad.
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From horticulture, education, conservation and the environment, to art and history, features focus on plants and the people who work with them.
Among the stories that Kew tells are plant-hunting expeditions to remote corners of the world, plant conservation work in many countries, profiles of Kew’s exp
erts, discoveries of new species, and the ways in which people can use the world's plants to improve their lives.
It also includes the latest news from Kew and the world of plant science, and a diary of events at Kew Gardens and Wakehurst.
The spring issue of Kew magazine is packed with great features and stunning photography. You can read all about Kew’s Orchids Festival and the vital conservation work Kew does in Brazil.
Discover the story of the intrepid painter Margaret Mee who travelled into the Amazon many times to paint the wild flora, and whose paintings you can now enjoy in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art. Get a taste of the Gardens with the tale of how the delicious new Kew gin was put together, and revel in the amazing images of the International Garden Photographer of the Year.
As always there’s plenty of news, features about Kew's plants and also a complete diary of What’s On at Kew and Wakehurst this season too.
Download Kew Magazine article Bountiful Brazil
Kew magazine wins at the GMG Awards
Kew magazine won the Environmental Award at the GMG Awards at The Savoy in London (26 November 2014). The award was for a piece by Stephanie Pain called 'Saving for the Future' on the UK National Tree Seed Project, which appeared in the spring 2014 issue.
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