Would you like to know how to improve your garden to attract wildlife?
The aim of this four-day course is to help you on the first steps to designing your own garden.
In the third of a series of Broad Walk updates, the team discuss the winter work undertaken on the Borders in preparations for spring.
If you’ve ever dreamt of having your own herb garden why not come on this new one-day introductory course and explore the medieval ideals of beauty, usefulness and pleasing aromas in the garden.
In the first of a series of updates, the Broad Walk team review the busy summer months when they prepared for the official opening of the Borders.
Design your garden borders learning which plants to choose for your type of soil and how to lay them out to their best advantage.
Kew horticulturists Lucy Bell and Maija Ross explain why the Broad Walk team have been impersonating penguins and spray-painting the soil.
Kew horticulturist David Mann gives us a seasonal update and reveals the work underway to extend the Rose Garden.
Kew horticulturists Maija Ross & Lucy Bell reveal the magic of mulch as they report on progress in the work undertaken by the Broad Walk team.
Every year, we cut the beautiful grasses down as spring approaches – but why? Find out why the whole of the Gardens outdoor team are needed for this annual ‘haircut’.