Kew's iconic plants
From ancient trees and the world's oldest pot plant to the famous - and foul-smelling - titan arum, Kew's flagship plants flourish under the care of its horticulturists. Come and visit them today...
The Wollemi pine was thought to have been extinct for two million years until 1994 when New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Officer David Noble came across a cluster of unusual trees in a rainforest gorge within the Wollemi National Park in Australia’s Blue Mountains.14 likes
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