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.
This exhibition in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art explores how Rory McEwen inspired many of the contemporary artists represented in the Shirley Sherwood Collection.
by: Miranda Janatka, Tropical Nursery blog
18 Nov 2013
Miranda Janatka describes life as a glasshouse trainee in the Tropical Nursery.
Come to Wakehurst this December to see the Christmas tree lights, enjoy a winter walk, and visit Santa's grotto.
Part of Tropical Extravaganza
This one-day course aims to give you the knowledge and confidence to be able to grow orchids successfully in your own home.
by: Ester Gaya, IncrEdibles Food blog
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
by: Imogen Dent, Kew Gardens' group visits blog
15 Oct 2013
One of the highlights at Kew Gardens is the annual exhibition of orchids and tropical flowers.
by: Max Warren, IncrEdibles Food blog
07 Oct 2013
Kew’s Pumpkin Pyramid is a longstanding tradition. This year, with our IncrEdibles festival it is more relevant than ever! Kew pumpkin expert Max Warren discovers what makes this one so special.
by: Tony Hall, Arboretum team blog
11 Sep 2013
Here at Kew Gardens, before the main autumn colour of leaves on trees and shrubs arrives, there is still a wonderful array of brightly coloured flowers to brighten up the shortening days.
by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
25 Jul 2013
In the hot weather we are having, the Woodland Garden is a haven of cool shade. Amongst the lush foliage, look out for the beautiful flowers of summer lilies.