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spring bulb map 2012

Spring bulbs and blossoms, 2012

Wed 11 January - Thu 31 May 2012

Come and see what's looking good in the Gardens at Kew, and find out more about the plants that are currently in flower.

Free events in Kew's Archives this January

by: Kiri Ross Jones, Library, Art and Archives blog
06 Jan 2012

Join Kew's archivists to hear botanists’ and plant hunters’ stories about their travels and cultural encounters and go behind-the-scenes in the Archives.

Painting by Rachael Pedder Smith

Exhibition - The Pressed Plant, Rachel Pedder-Smith’s Herbarium Specimen Painting

Sat 31 March - Mon 07 May 2012

This new exhibition at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art will display the work of artist Rachel Pedder-Smith, focusing on a painting over five metres long, completed using Herbarium specimens from Kew.

Watering bromeliads in the Tropical Nursery

Walks and tours - Tropical Nursery tour

Sat 04 February - Sat 03 March 2012, 1.30pm, 2pm and 2.30pm

Saturdays only
Go behind the scenes with Kew’s expert guides on a fascinating tour of the Tropical Nursery.

Fascinating collection of Ray Cowell's illustrations comes to Kew

by: Lynn Parker, Library, Art and Archives blog
20 Dec 2011

Read about a new acquisition of illustrations by artist Ray Cowell, who painted fungi in astonishing detail -  even including the teeth marks of hungry rodents!

An explosion of colour at Tropical Extravaganza 2012

Tropical Extravaganza 2012

Sat 04 February - Sun 04 March 2012, 9.30am - close

Ignite your senses at Kew's Tropical Extravaganza.
Discover amazing floral displays inspired by fire, air, water and earth.

Early daffs...and more!

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
05 Dec 2011

The warm autumn has encouraged some daffodils (Narcissus) to flower early in the Davies Alpine House - and there are other interesting plants to see there too.

Watercolour of Everest by Fitch from Hooker sketch

Talk - Meet the conservator

Wed 25 January 2012, 2pm

Every month, join a member of Kew’s conservation team as they demonstrate and discuss their work conserving Kew’s historic collections.

Horticulturist pruning orchids at Kew Gardens

Course - Orchids for beginners

Thu 16 February 2012, 10.30am - 3.30pm

This one day course aims to give you the knowledge and confidence to be able to grow orchids successfully in your own home.

Discovering your family tree at Kew Gardens

by: Stephanie Rolt, Library, Art and Archives blog
17 Oct 2011

With researching our family history becoming an increasingly popular pastime, Stephanie describes how the archives at Kew could help you to delve into the lives of your ancestors.

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