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Spring at Kew - see the gardens come alive

This fascinating time-lapse video lets you watch magnolias, tulips, daffodils, bluebells and blossom trees transform the Gardens into a bold and beautiful di.

Entrance to the Badger Sett at Kew Gardens

Entrance to the Badger Sett at Kew Gardens

Dogwood Cover, taken in Canberra, Australia. Place, The Beauty of Plants. Picture: Debbie Hartley, International Garden Photographer of the Year

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Kew's Arboretum in autumn

Magnolia x Soulangeana - a cross between a Magnolia denudata and Magnolia liliiflora, this Magnolia variant is a feast of brilliant colour and surprising texture. It is relatively easy to grow and adds a special feature to gardens.

Magnolia x Soulangeana - a cross between a Magnolia denudata and Magnolia liliiflora, this Magnolia variant is a feast of brilliant colour and surprising texture. It is relatively easy to grow and adds a special feature to gardens.

Kew Map Deck Chair

Kew Map Deck Chair

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Red Flowers, Poppies, Photography Ideas, Walking, Poppy, Walks

Gloria King, Trees in the Mist. 3rd Place, Trees, Woods & Forests. - Picture: Gloria King

International Garden Photographer of the Year - Competition categories - Trees, Woods & Forests

Flowers at the Kew Gardens, London. Those can be bought at the souvenir shop.

Flowers at the Kew Gardens, London. Those can be bought at the souvenir shop.

Tree at Kew (royal botanical) Gardens, London, England. Photo by Where the Art is via Londonist Flickrpool

Tree at Kew (royal botanical) Gardens, London, England. Photo by Where the Art is

WISHLIST: Thalictrum 'Splendide'. Saw this at Kew Gardens in full sun - could it cope with salty air?

I am happy with the gains I have made this year in our summer season at Gilmore Gardens . (A look back at August 2010 .) Not satisfied y.

Dragon's Blood Tree, Socotra

Fractals in Nature- Dracaena cinnabari, the Socotra Dragon Tree or Dragon Blood Tree, is a Dragon Tree native to the Socotra archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is so called due to the red sap that the trees produce.

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