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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.


Sycamore seeds

Hands on sessions - Stories of seed dispersal

Sun 05 February - Wed 29 February 2012, 2pm - 4pm, Wed & Sat only

Discover how plants use fire, air, water and earth to spread their seeds.


Kew Palace

Community event - Temple of the Imagination workshop

Mon 26 December 2011 - Thu 31 May 2012

In this workshop for community groups, participants use photography to explore the architecture of Kew Palace and the diverse plant life at Kew Gardens.


Wakehurst in the snow

Christmas at Wakehurst

Fri 25 November - Fri 23 December 2011

Visit Santa, sing carols, listen to a seasonal story and much more at Wakehurst this Christmas.


Children creating felt drawings during the Australia Landscape community workshop

Exhibition - Australia Landscape felt paintings display

Tue 27 September - Tue 01 November 2011

Come and see our our display of handmade felt paintings, inspired by the Australia Landscape exhibition young people's community outreach project.


An eye for the weather

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
04 Aug 2011

Philip Smith, organiser of International Garden Photographer of the Year, discusses how the weather is an integral part of good garden and plant photography.

Turning Pointe School of Dance

Turning Pointe School of Dance present Peter Pan in the park at Wakehurst

Sat 09 July 2011

Set against the backdrop of the Mansion and stunning gardens, children from the Turning Pointe School of Dance perform the timeless ballet 'Peter Pan', to a wonderful classical and contemporary score.


Tweet & Grow glasshouse

Play Tweet & Grow today

Easy to learn but difficult to master, Tweet & Grow invites you to nurture some amazing plants featured at Kew Gardens this summer – from deserts, mountains and rainforests around the world.


Ready for your close-up: getting the most out of macro flower photography

by: Phillip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
15 Apr 2011

We love close-ups of flowers. But they are often a bit out of focus, or not very well lit – just not as exciting as you think they ought to be. How can this be improved?

The judges' scores are in

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
15 Mar 2011

Ever wondered what happens to your IGPOTY entries once you have pushed the button to send them to us? We offer some tips and tricks to help your photographs get through the early rounds of judging.

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