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Being outside might be the last thing on your mind during the winter months, but at Kew Gardens a different scene emerges as nature reveals its bare beauty. From tapping into Kew history with our glasshouses and museums to indulging in some very rare photographic opportunities with nature at its most raw, here are the top ten things to enjoy this winter at Kew.
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12 months into their respective internships, three of Kew's interns reveal the projects they have been involved in and explain how they have put into practice what they have learnt. Read their journey here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Admire the breathtaking displays of the Orchids Festival by night at one of our Kew Lates events. Sip botanical cocktails, join in a yoga session, get your hands decorated with henna and chat to Kew's science and horticulture experts about their work. Find out more at [ Bit.ly Link ]
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12/06/2016 at 08:31. Facebook
The Conservation Area in the morning sunlight here at Kew. Many British trees grow in this area, including oak, beech, holly and yew. There are also a few rarities including the Plymouth pear (Pyrus cordata) and the Bristol mountain ash.
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12/05/2016 at 10:05. Facebook
Christmas is coming - is it better to give or to receive? You don’t have to decide in today’s competition with our friends People's Postcode Lottery, who are giving away a pair of Kew Gardens Fikkerts Wild Flower gift boxes, on sale through the Kew shop. One to keep for yourself and one as the perfect present for a friend or family member. Enter here: [ Facebook.com Link ] today only! Good luck!
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12/04/2016 at 09:07. Facebook
Did you know that agriculture was practised long before we humans discovered it around 10,000 years ago? Leaf-cutting ants have been honing their farming skills with fungal crops for millions of years and we might be able to learn something from them. In the latest Kew science blog, Pepijn Kooij from Kew’s Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology department reveals the importance of understanding...
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12/03/2016 at 09:06. Facebook
Hop on the Kew Explorer on weekends in December for a special Christmas tour. Learn fascinating facts about the Gardens and then head to the newly opened Woodland House to meet Father Christmas, hear a Christmas tale and collect your souvenir. Tours take place 3rd & 4th, 10th & 11th, 17th - 23rd Dec. Tickets are available from Victoria Plaza on the day of your visit.
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We're thrilled to announce that we've won the ‘Best Attraction in London’ category at the 2016 Worldwide Attractions Awards. Thank you to everyone who voted for us!
Draped in fallen autumn leaves, the Gardens are displaying magnificent colour this time of year
Take a look at the glimmering golden leaves of Acer opalus (Italian maple). Find this wonderful specimen near to The Lake in Kew's Arboretum.
This Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) is native to Scotland and was originally collected where it was growing in a Scottish peat bog. It is about 50 years old and is displayed in the Bonsai House in an unglazed pot from Japan. Historical records indicate that the Scots pine became extinct in Wales and England about 300-400 years ago due to over-exploitation but has since been reintroduced to...
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Help Kew to discover new plant species that may hold the key to future medical breakthroughs this #givingtuesday. [ Goo.gl Link ]

Support us today and help Kew’s scientists to break new research ground and make vital plant discoveries. Your donation could help us to discover the plants and fungi that may one day save us.

All lives depend on plants. Donate today. [ Goo.gl Link ]
As leaves fall and hidden structures emerge, it's the time of year to admire the beauty and diversity of trees. Five of Kew's oldest trees, known as Old Lions, have been growing in the Arboretum since 1762! Read about these marvellous specimens here: [ Kew.org Link ] #nationaltreeweek
Support us this #givingtuesday, and help us to save the world’s plant life and habitats at risk of extinction. [ Goo.gl Link ]

In a world that is facing the challenges of climate change, habitat destruction, disease, and ensuring food and fuel security, your donation could help us to save the plants and fungi that may one day save us.

All lives depend on plants. Donate today. [ Goo.gl Link ]
See the magnificent horticultural displays of the Orchids Festival by night at one of our Orchids Lates events. Enjoy delicious food and drink inspired by India, join in a yoga session, meet Kew experts, or simply sit back and relax surrounded by thousands of exotic flowers in the Princess of Wales Conservatory. Find out more and book tickets at [ Bit.ly Link ]
Head to the Japanese Landscape to witness the glorious autumn show put on by Prunus 'Taihaku'. Here it is photographed in the sunshine last week.
To celebrate the publication of Bizarre Botany, a fascinating A-Z book revealing quirky awe-inspiring stories of the plant kingdom, we are giving you the chance to win your very own copy.

To enter simply ‘like’ this post and answer the question correctly in the comments. Out of all the correct answers, we’ll choose 10 people at random to win a copy of the book.

Question: Which movie...
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It's finally here! Christmas at Kew opens tomorrow as the Gardens will once again transform into a magical after-dark explosion of festive colour!

This year's brand new trail will light up Kew's magnificent landscape with over 60,000 lights. Expect spectacular light displays, Christmas songs, a roaring scented fire garden, Father Christmas and his elves, mulled wine, mince pies and much much...
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