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Photography - Inside Temperate House

April 2019 – Kew Gardens, London

Temperate House, in Kew Gardens, is home to plants and trees from every temperate region in the world. Many of the plants are extremely rare and are at threat from extinction. 44 more words


6.1 Biologists visit Kew Gardens

By Mary Shotter, Biology technician

On 18 March, 6.1 Biology students visited Kew Gardens to look at how plant species are classified, why it is important and how a plant’s DNA profile can inform science based solutions in medicine, conservation and food security. 92 more words


Photography - Architecture in Kew Gardens

April 2019 – Kew Gardens, London

I have been wanting to visit Kew Gardens for a long time now and I finally took the chance when my husband and I decided to take our children out for the day. 89 more words



The Lion of England, one of the Queen’s Beasts, stands guard outside the Palm House in Kew Gardens, London. 1984.


Orangeries bearing fruit

The Versailles Orangerie was built between 1684 and 1686, before the palace was even begun. It housed a thousand trees in boxes, mostly citrus trees, but also olives, oleanders and palms. 650 more words


Scrapping in 2019 #5

I found the perfect patterned paper in my stash for a spread about Kew’s Orchid Festival and I’m really pleased with how it turned out … 50 more words

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