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Crocus and daffodils

Talk - Three decades in the garden at Highgrove

Thu 26 January 2012, 7pm

Meet Debs Goodenough, Head Gardener at Highgrove, and find out how this royal garden is making history in the 21st century.


Season's Greetings from the Library, Art and Archives Team

by: David Iggulden, Library, Art and Archives blog
22 Dec 2009

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for 2010!

Duke's Garden

Duke's Garden

The walled Duke’s Garden was formerly the private garden for Cambridge Cottage.


Queen Charlotte's Cottage

Queen Charlotte's Cottage

In the late 18th century, this thatched cottage was a private haven for Queen Charlotte and her family, a place for secluded royal picnicking and leisure time.


King William's Temple

King William’s Temple and Mediterranean garden

King William’s Temple stands on a mound on Cherry Walk, in between the Palm House and Temperate House.


Temple of Bellona

Temple of Bellona

This grade II Listed building was built by Sir William Chambers in 1760. It is named after Bellona, the Roman goddess of war.


Main Gate

Main Gate

Kew’s Main Gate stands beside Kew Green on the northern edge of the gardens. It is now a Grade II Listed building.


Lion Gate at Kew Gardens

Lion Gate

Located at the southeastern tip of the Gardens, Lion Gate opened in around 1845. It comprises the original single wrought-iron gate supported by pillars of yellow London brick.


Kew Palace

Kew Palace

Kew Palace is the smallest and most intimate of the royal palaces.


Princess of Wales Conservatory

Princess of Wales Conservatory

The Princess of Wales Conservatory recreates ten climatic zones. See Madagascan baobab trees, orchids from Central America and carnivorous plants from Asia.