Save a species outright for £1,000
To recognise your extraordinary contribution we will send you a certificate, a beautifully produced photograph of the species that you are responsible for safeguarding, and we will record your gift on the touchscreen register at Kew's Millennium Seed Bank located at Wakehurst, West Sussex. You will also be invited to a special behind the scenes tour of the Millennium Seed Bank.
We also have species available at £2,000 and a selection of orchids from Madagascar for £1,000.
Contact Jill Taylor on email@example.com or 0208 332 3248 (Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm) or click on a Gallery image to purchase online.
Endemic to California in the USA, Van Houtte's columbine (Aquilegia eximia) is an orange flowered perennial found growing in the mixed evergreen forests and wetlands along the coast of the state.
This plant species is from the Ranunculaceae family, also known as the buttercup family.
This mighty plant comes from the Himalayas, growing in woodland clearings at altitudes of between 1,500 and 3,600 m. The plants grow up to four metres tall and carry as many as 20 large, white, sweetly fragrant flowers on the single stem that emerges from each bulb.
A native of central and southern Europe and western Asia, the cornelian cherry (Cornus mas) has small star-shaped yellow flowers. This collection is from Greece.
Henderson's fawn lily (Erythronium hendersonii) is a stunning flower from Oregon, USA with maroon markings.
A wild meadow plant species from the UK, the dropwort (Filipendula vulgaris) has fine fern-like leaves and pretty white flowers.
The shining cranesbill (Geranium lucidum) is a flowering annual found throughout Europe and has a pink flower; this collection is from Italy.
From the Cape Province and the Karoo desert in South Africa, this genus of about 57 species of succulent subtropical plants grow in between rocks. The tongue leaf plant (Glottiphyllum oligocarpum), has a lovely yellow flower.
A rare plant species, the Nazareth Iris (Iris bismarckiana) is limited to just a few populations in its endemic Israel, and has cream/brown flowers.
This small Himalayan Iris has medium sized flowers which range in colour from deep blue to violet, with a contrasting yellow patch.
The Negev Iris (Iris hieruchamensis) is a nationally rare Iris from Israel.
The Iris regis-uzziae is an exceptionally beautfiul Iris from Jordan.
Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) was first described as new to science in 1813 from specimens collected during one of the first western expeditions across the United States to the Pacific coast, but was already well-known and used by Native Americans.
Pulsatilla vulgaris, from the buttercup family grow to about 30 cm high and is native to western, central and southern Europe. The purplish bell-shaped flowers appear in early spring. This Pasque flower is from Slovakia.
The tree rhododendron (Rhododendron arboreum) is an evergreen with a showy display of bright red flowers. It is found in Bhutan, China, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal, where it is the national flower and where this collection is from.
Trumpet-leaved pitcher plant (Sarracenia flava) is a carnivorous plant, native to the New World and like other members of the genus Sarracenia, the plant traps insects using a rolled leaf, with the uppermost part of the leaf flared into a lid. From the USA.
Verbena officinalis is a perennial, also known as Vervain or common verbena, and has been used as a herbal remedy. This species has light pink flowers and this collection is from Belgium.
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