Kew videos - In the Gardens
From the building of our children's play area to the re-opening of our famous Victorian gallery - see what's been going on in the Gardens at Kew and Wakehurst.
Steve Ketley, in charge of moth and caterpillar care at Kew, explains how he rears atlas moths from tiny eggs through to adults. Find out how they change from caterpillar to moth, how Kew protects them and how you can rear them at home.
The Director's Garden was re-opened in July 2009 by Princess Alexandra. The event was attended by Kew Directors from past years, who share with us their personal favourite plants.
Kew Gardens has some of the finest vistas in the world, populated by majestic trees and culminating in wonderful views across the Thames to Syon Park and the distinctive Pagoda.
How do you keep your lovely views while protecting your grounds? Meet the haha, one landscaping device you are unlikely to see on Ground Force. Enjoy the haha at Kew Gardens.
Following an extensive conservation and restoration programme, the Marianne North Gallery at Kew Gardens re-opens.
The Marianne North Gallery is the only UK gallery in which all the works on display were produced by one female artist.
Marianne North was a remarkable Victorian artist who travelled the globe discovering plants and recording the world’s flora with her paintbrush.
Discover some amazing facts about the colourful butterflies and moths that emerged during our summer 2010 festival in the hot, steamy atmosphere of our Princess of Wales Conservatory.
Treehouse Towers allows up to 300 kids to climb up ladders, clamber across rope bridges and slide their way down from three towers of different heights. Watch it being built...
Watch timelapse photography of the staff at Kew planting out the exhibits in the Princess of Wales Conservatory, for Tropical Extravaganza 2012.