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The course is designed to explore ways of producing stunning photographs of trees as well as teaching how to download, store and enhance the digital images taken.
Since the advent of intensive agriculture mankind has relied on fewer and fewer plant species for food. Using examples from around the world, this talk examines some key solutions being developed for long term food security.
IncrEdibles: A festival to feed the imagination
Saturday 25 May to Sunday 3 November 2013
Who would have thought that Kew Gardens was home to over 60 weird and exotic edible plants? This Summer and Autumn, Kew's IncrEdibles festival celebrates the amazing bounty of the plant world, where visitors can experience a selection of the 30,000 species we can feast on. The festival will showcase the sheer number of edible plants growing in the Gardens.
Bompas & Parr will transform the Palm House Pond into a giant fruit salad, while The Global Kitchen Garden outside Kew Palalce will feature over 90 edible plants from around the globe. There will be picnics available from Kew's in house caterers and a Tea Party in the Rose Garden!
Kew the Music 2013
9 - 14 July 2013
This year's Kew the Music is set to be our most spectacular line-up yet...
Choose from a line-up of The Human League, Paul Weller, Leona Lewis and more, at our 2013 summer picnic concerts at Kew Gardens.
Kew the Movies
30-31 August at kew Gardens and 12-14 September at Wakehurst.
Join us at Kew the Movies at both Kew Gardens and Wakehurst where you can enjoy a picnic while watching a classic movie. See Cinema Paradiso, the Rocky Horror Picture Show or Dirty Dancing at Kew, and Les Miserables or Raiders of the Lost Ark at Wakehurst.
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