COP26 display

A specially-curated exhibition of plants illustrating their potential to provide nature-based solutions to climate change.

Informative wooden panels surrounded by plants

Date and time

Daily, 10am – 3:30pm


Millennium Seed Bank Atrium 


Included with entry to the gardens

We are facing a planetary emergency, with twin crises: climate change and biodiversity loss. 

At Kew, our mission is to understand and protect plants and fungi for the wellbeing of people and the future of all life on Earth.

To bring this vision to life, Kew attended COP26 in Glasgow with a display of plants illustrating science-based solutions to these global crises.

Now in its new home at Wakehurst, this display aims to inspire a love for nature and emphasise the importance that it is protected.

Join us to find out more about how we are harnessing the powers of plants and fungi to protect global biodiversity today.

Fire on Signal Hill in Table Mountain National Park

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