Join Kew's volunteer guides on a colourful tour of spring bulbs and blossom.
12 Feb 2014
Ask our orchid specialists any questions you have about how to grow orchids.
by: André Schuiteman, Tropical Nursery blog
31 Jan 2014
Orchid researcher André Schuiteman describes the challenges facing orchids in the wild and what Kew is doing to help them.
by: Imogen Dent, Kew Gardens' group visits blog
29 Jan 2014
The wonderful displays of spring colour are just beginning at Kew Gardens, and a new range of seasonal guided walks are running to enhance your group visit.
by: Jessica Hudson, Library, Art and Archives blog
15 Jan 2014
Library Graduate Trainee Jessica Hudson explores the significance of John Ray's work in sowing the seeds of modern taxonomy.
Contemporary botanical art from the Shirley Sherwood Collection, including work from Italian artists never previously exhibited in the UK, and featuring paintings from 'Overleaf' by Susan Ogilvy, and 'Magnolias' by Barbara Oozeerally.
by: Anthony Hall, Arboretum team blog
12 Dec 2013
This has been a really good year for berries with the result that the hollies along Holly Walk are looking very festive.
by: Jack Clutterbuck, Tropical Nursery blog
10 Dec 2013
Jack Clutterbuck describes flowers of the mallow family, known botanically as Malvaceae, which grow in the Tropical Nursery at Kew.
April sees Kew Gardens in full spring bloom. Come and enjoy the stunning beauty of over five million bulbs including swathes of snowdrops, crocuses, and daffodils.
by: Lorna Cahill, Library, Art and Archives blog
20 Nov 2013
To celebrate the launch of the nationwide Explore Your Archive scheme, one of Kew's archivists highlights a treasure from Kew's past.