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Glasshouse Gallery

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Choose from 24 images in our Glasshouse collection.


Waterlily House
Waterlily House
The Temperate House- plan no 15
The Temperate House- plan no 15
Wardian Case
Wardian Case
The Temperate House, plan no 1
The Temperate House, plan no 1
The Temperate House- plan no 8
The Temperate House- plan no 8
The Temperate House- plan no 5
The Temperate House- plan no 5
The Temperate House- plan no 8A
The Temperate House- plan no 8A
The Temperate House- plan no 11
The Temperate House- plan no 11
The Temperate House- plan no 12
The Temperate House- plan no 12
The Temperate House- plan no 13
The Temperate House- plan no 13
The Temperate House- plan no 16
The Temperate House- plan no 16
The Temperate House- plan no 17
The Temperate House- plan no 17
Wardian Case Featured Image

Wardian Case

The Wardian case is a portable airtight, glass-lined greenhouse that was developed by Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward (1791-1868) for the transportation of plants. The Wardian case revolutionised botany in the 19th century, allowing live plants to be transported across the globe. The airtight design meant that that plants stored inside were protected from smoke and pollution

© RBG KEW

The Temperate House- plan no 18
The Temperate House- plan no 18
The Temperate House- plan no 20
The Temperate House- plan no 20
The Temperate House- Ground plan of Octagon Building, 1860
The Temperate House- Ground plan of Octagon Building, 1860
The Temperate House- Iron rafters
The Temperate House- Iron rafters
Block plan of proposed Temperate House, 1859
Block plan of proposed Temperate House, 1859
Earth beds and paths
Earth beds and paths
Rain-water tanks under terrace, 1860
Rain-water tanks under terrace, 1860
Temperate House
Temperate House
Female gardener working in the orchid house, during World War II
Female gardener working in the orchid house, during World War II
Stereograph, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Stereograph, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
The Palm House, Kew Gardens
The Palm House, Kew Gardens
Miss Cotton posing on the leaf of giant waterlily Kew Gardens, 1923
Miss Cotton posing on the leaf of giant waterlily Kew Gardens, 1923
Stereograph, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Featured Image

Stereograph, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

This stereograph of the interior of one of the T-Range glasshouses shoes a sign requesting visitors to keep to the right and to refrain from touching the plants. Stereographs were extremely popular from the 1850s until the early 20th century and were used to illustrate key visitor attractions. this image depicting left and right eye images of the same scene would have been viewed through a stereoscope and appear to the viewer to be a single three dimensional image

© RBG KEW