Autumn is a great time to see fruits and seeds, and Kew’s Arboretum has a fantastic array from temperate areas around the world. Some are amazingly colourful and they come in all shapes and sizes too.
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The fruits of autumn at Kew Gardens Permanent link to this post
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Read Debora’s final blog post as she leaves Kew to begin a Masters course in Library Science.
Reminiscences from a year at Kew Permanent link to this post
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Andrew Budden, one of Kew’s volunteer interns, describes how information from preserved specimens of Caribbean plants helps to assess the conservation status of plants native to the Caribbean UK Overseas Territories.
Investigating the plants of the Caribbean… on the outskirts of London! Permanent link to this post
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