Events at Kew Gardens
Find out what's on and plan your next visit to Kew Gardens.
Join Christine Lavelle, lecturer in horticulture and ecology, on a course designed for novice gardeners who want to improve their vegetable growing skills.
In conjunction with this year's IncrEdibles festival, the Kew Mutual Improvement Society (KMIS) is putting on a day of lectures about growing vegetables, and the benefits of doing so for the environment and the community.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Gardens before opening hours
Enjoy exclusive after-hours access to Kew Gardens this summer.
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.
This summer the Orangery Restaurant will play host to a special Foraging Dinner. Join us on this gastronomic journey around Kew Gardens and find out how different plants can be used to create delicious contemporary dishes.
Another great line-up of artists at this year's Kew the music festival, including Blondie, The Human League, Paul Weller, Jools Holland, Leona Lewis and Bellowhead.
Join Dr Sherwood at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art, Kew, for a tour around our forthcoming exhibition on the botanical artist, Rory McEwen.
A five day course suitable for beginners or more experienced artists, introducing a range of botanical illustration techniques.
A five day course on botanical illustration for both beginners and experienced artists wanting to learn the basic techniques in this field
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