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17 Jun 2013
Lucy Smith recently won second prize in the Margaret Flockton award for botanical illustration. Read about her work as a botanical illustrator at Kew.
10 Jun 2013
As summer finally arrives, the spring bulbs fade and gradually die down for their summer rest. Most tulips have long finished flowering - but there is one species that waits until June to display its bright scarlet blooms.
10 Jun 2013
Letter and plans from Kew's Directors' Correspondence archive give a glimpse into the humble beginnings of one of botany's most revered institutions - Missouri Botanical Garden - and its founder Henry Shaw.
For the first time ever Darwin’s rarest book, Letters on Geology, is being displayed outside Kew’s library, along with one of the original letters on which it was based.
Find out what the Georgians liked to gorge on!
Join this free guided walking tour and discover some of the weird and wonderful edible plants found at Kew Gardens.
Enjoy exclusive after-hours access to Kew Gardens this summer.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Gardens before opening hours
Join Clive Nichols, one of the world's leading garden and flower photographers, on a course devoted to outdoor practical photography.