Talks and courses at Kew Gardens
Browse our upcoming talks and courses, from photography, to botanic and botany for beginners.
With a host of new pests and diseases attacking the United Kingdom’s native treescape, Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank is tackling the threat by establishing the country’s first national collection of tree seeds – the UK National Tree Seed Project.
This one-day course aims to give you the knowledge and confidence to be able to grow orchids successfully in your own home.
This course aims to teach you to grow orchids from seed confidently, successfully and professionally.
Author of 'The Allotment Almanac' and BBC Radio 2 regular, Terry Walton will be talking about how to grow a wide range of vegetables, giving a few of his own tips on how to get them from seed to table.
This talk is based on Edward Parker’s numerous foreign trips gathering images and stories for Kew Gardens and other environmental organisations to help illustrate how plants underpin the lives of everyone on the planet.
This one-day course is designed as a general introduction to the world of flowering plants and is suitable for non-scientists and those that would like to have a deeper understanding of the plants around them.
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