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05 Dec 2013
Kew's paper conservators Emma Le Cornu and Eleanor Hasler had to think big when treating a linocut of the Pagoda by Edward Bawden. Here they explain how this damaged artwork was returned to its former glory in the conservation studio.
New this year - follow an illuminated trail as it winds its way through our enchanting winter landscape, taking you off the beaten track to hidden parts of the Gardens.
16 Oct 2013
Kew's IncrEdibles festival features Tom Hare's giant sculptures of some of the UK's most interesting fungi. Kew mycologist Ester Gaya tells us more about one of them, the amazing Horn of Plenty (Craterellus cornucopioides).
04 Oct 2013
This stunning paperback showcases the winners and best entries for the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition.0 likes
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.
This summer the Orangery Restaurant will play host to a special Foraging Dinner. Join us on this gastronomic journey around Kew Gardens and find out how different plants can be used to create delicious contemporary dishes.
Gain an insight into Kew’s history, plants, science and seasonal highlights. Every day of the year except 24 and 25 December.
David Nash, one of the UK’s most prolific sculptors, is exhibiting his work at Kew Gardens. The exhibition includes sculptures, installations, drawings and film in place throughout the Gardens, glasshouses and exhibition spaces. In October 2012, Nash unveiled a series of new works including many created in an on site 'wood quarry' which operated from April - September 2012.