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The beauty or the beast?

by: Marcelo Sellaro, Tropical Nursery blog
07 Nov 2011

Join Marcelo Sellaro as he explores the fascinating world of the titan arum.

Hemerocallis fulva (orange daylily)

Hemerocallis fulva

The orange daylily bears a succession of striking orange-red flowers on long stems, but each flower lasts only one day, opening in the morning and closing in the evening.


Desert flowers bloom

by: Richard Wilford, Kew at the British Museum blog
07 Sep 2011

Despite the far from Australian summer we have had in the UK, the plants in the Australia Landscape outside the British Museum have flourished. Some of the most colourful come from the driest parts of Australia.

Summer in the Alpine House

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
03 Aug 2011

The main flowering season for alpine plants is spring, but there are many mountain plants that flower in summer. You can see plenty of these now in the Davies Alpine House. But why do they flower now?

Alpine travels in Armenia (part two)

by: Kit Strange, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
27 Jun 2011

Travelling in Armenia is fascinating, both botanically and culturally. Read on to find out about legends, mysteries and tales of the unexpected!

Alpine travels in Armenia (part one)

by: Kit Strange, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
13 Jun 2011

See some of the wonderful plants found by Kit Strange from Kew's Alpine team, as she travelled around Armenia to see spring bulbs in their native habitat.

Alpine success at Chelsea

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
26 May 2011

Kew's Alpine Nursery sent plants to the Chelsea Flower Show to be shown to the RHS Rock Garden Plant Committee - and three out of four received an award! Read on to see the what caught the Committee's eye.

The Rock Garden in full bloom

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
21 Apr 2011

The recent warm, sunny weather here in London has brought a whole range of plants into flower on the Rock Garden at Kew. Read on to see some of the highlights.

The parasitic purple toothwort, Lathraea clandestina, is flowering now.

by: Richard Wilford & Katie Price, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
29 Mar 2011

The purple flowers of the parasitic Lathraea clandestina, known as purple toothwort, mysteriously sprout from the ground in the Woodland Garden.

The Davies Alpine House, five years on

by: Richard Wilford, Alpine and Rock Garden team blog
10 Mar 2011

The Davies Alpine House is five years old this month. See what changes have been made since it opened on 11 March 2006.

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