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Instagramers London visit the Garden

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A group of 30 members of Instagramers London (@igerslondon on Instagram and Twitter) visited the Garden on Sunday 12 July on one of their photography meetups. The group has over 32,000 followers on Instagram and a community of about 2,500

Combining Nature & Art with the Royal Academy

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This Sunday our Head of Education, Michael Holland, will be taking his monthly Sunday Fun-day  to the Royal Academy of Arts. Aiming to combine nature and art, the activity will see Michael teaming up with Royal Academy artist Anna Nunhofer. They

Swarm of bees in the Garden

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Today (17 June 2015) we had to call our Bee Keeper, Peter James, to come to the Garden as we had a swarm of bees.  He explained to the fascinated staff and visitors watching him work why the bees were

Trees, Forests & Wellbeing – July lecture series

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The new World Woodland Garden has inspired a fascinating series of talks this July on the uses of medicinal plants, shrubs and trees – past, present and future. The history of malaria and its treatment with Prof. Marco Corsi Tues 7

Volunteers Week

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All week we have been speaking to our wonderful volunteers to join in with #volunteersweek on Twitter, each day we have highlighted the volunteers working in the Garden and their reasons for volunteering here and their personal highlights. A selection

Gardener Kate Wilkinson visits the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan

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Chelsea Physic Garden Gardener Kate Wilkinson has recently visited the Royal Botanical Garden of Jordan (RBGJ), here she tells us about her visit and the similarities and differences between RBGJ and the Physic Garden. The Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan is

Caitlin and Tessa RHS Show Garden Awarded Silver Medal

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Back in January we posted about sisters, Caitlin and Tessa McLaughlin who had achieved a place to exhibit a show garden at RHS Malvern Spring Festival. The show is now over and we’re delighted to hear that the garden won a Silver

Naming of Parts – Toby Glanville

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Toby Glanville’s new series of photographs takes its title from Henry Reed’s World War II poem ‘Naming of Parts’ in which the poet contrasts the banality of a military weapons drill with the ceaseless work of nature in springtime.   Glanville’s images

The Garden during the Second World War

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Last year, to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, we remembered the impact of the war on the Garden and its staff. Today (Friday 8 May) the nation remembers the moment Winston Churchill announced that

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