Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute

 
 
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Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute Featuring a selection of artefacts, photographs and letters from Kew's varied collections, Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute at Kew Gardens provides a view into Kew's involvement in the First World War. The small exhibition will include coverage of personal stories of Kew staff, the rise of women gardeners who replaced men at war, and an array of weird and wonderful plant materials as 'products of war'.

 

About Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)

Since the 18th century, these extensive gardens have been the spiritual home of botany in England, if not in Europe. From the cooling glades of the British Woodland Garden to the pulsating humidity of the exotic Palm House, the delicate beauty of the Rose Garden to the soothing tranquillity of the Waterlily House, at Kew you can witness over 40,000 plants embarking on a fascinating journey through their annual cycles - flowering and fruiting, growing and resting. More about Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens)

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Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute Palm House, Courtesy of the Director and Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

 
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Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute Featuring a selection of artefacts, photographs and letters from Kew's varied collections, Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute at Kew Gardens provides a view into Kew's involvement in the First World War. The small exhibition will include coverage of personal stories of Kew staff, the rise of women gardeners who replaced men25th July 2014Friday 29th August 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
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Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute
event > Exhibitions > Special exhibits - Museums | PRICING  Free  
DATES  1st July to 29th August 2014
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
Featuring a selection of artefacts, photographs and letters from Kew's varied collections, Plants, People and the Products of War: a Centenary Tribute at Kew Gardens provides a view into Kew's involvement in the First World War. The small exhibition will include coverage of personal stories of Kew staff, the rise of women gardeners who replaced men... More about this event
 
Conservation: TalksConservation: TalksA talk about the conservation methods used in the library and archives.31st July 2014Thursday 28th August 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
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Free EventOn Soon
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DATES  Thursday 31st July and Thursday 28th August 2014 - 2.30pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
A talk about the conservation methods used in the library and archives.
Drawing The Buildings Of Kew: CourseDrawing The Buildings Of Kew: CourseA five-day course looking at how to create a picture of a building in the gardens.1st September 2014Monday 1st September 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
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Drawing The Buildings Of Kew: Course
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VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
A five-day course looking at how to create a picture of a building in the gardens.
Kew the MoviesKew the MoviesKew the MoviesSet within the stunning Kew Gardens, Kew the Movies sees the beautiful botanical gardens of southwest London host a pleasant pop-up cinema beneath the stars over three consecutive nights. In partnership with The Luna Cinema, the 2014 Kew the Movies programme opens on Thursday 4th September with Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and 4th September 2014Saturday 6th September 2014 Where:
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VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
Set within the stunning Kew Gardens, Kew the Movies sees the beautiful botanical gardens of southwest London host a pleasant pop-up cinema beneath the stars over three consecutive nights. In partnership with The Luna Cinema, the 2014 Kew the Movies programme opens on Thursday 4th September with Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and ... More about this event
 
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William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet
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DATES  Thursday 4th September 2014 - 8pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
Romeo and Juliet are the youngest members of their clans, the Montagues and Capulets, who have been at war with one another for many years. Bloodshed, bitterness and betrayal litters the two clans' histories, both sides too proud and too consumed with anger to broker a lasting peace. In these tense times, Romeo and Juliet fall in love and attempt t
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Category: event
 
Gravity
event > Film Events
DATES  Friday 5th September 2014 - 8pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
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Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
Category: event
 
Top Gun
event > Film Events
DATES  Saturday 6th September 2014 - 8pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
Testosterone-fuelled action adventure charting the fortunes of a cocky air force pilot with the hots for his sassy female instructor.
16th Flora Of Thailand: Conference16th Flora Of Thailand: ConferenceA conference building upon 100 years of Thai-European botanic cooperation.7th September 2014Sunday 21st September 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
Category: event
 
16th Flora Of Thailand: Conference
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PRICING  phone for prices
DATES  7th to 21st September 2014 - 10am-5pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
A conference building upon 100 years of Thai-European botanic cooperation.
Gardening For Beginners: CourseGardening For Beginners: CourseLearn about the essential conditions for good plant growth.10th September 2014Wednesday 10th September 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
Category: event
 
Gardening For Beginners: Course
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops
DATES  Wednesday 10th September 2014 - 10.30am-4.30pm
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
Learn about the essential conditions for good plant growth.
Early Morning Photography: CourseEarly Morning Photography: CourseCapture the garden at daybreak in the company of a professional photographer.13th September 2014Saturday 13th September 2014 Where:
Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens),   Kew  Richmond    TW9 3AB
Category: event
 
Early Morning Photography: Course
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography
DATES  Saturday 13th September 2014 - 7.30am-11am
VENUE  Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) 
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