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The Tea House, Kew Gardens
The Tea House, Kew Gardens
William Barrons Tree Transplanter
William Barrons Tree Transplanter
Waterlily Pond, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, ca 1900
Waterlily Pond, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, ca 1900
Wardian case in use
Wardian case in use
Eleanor Morland, Gertude Cope and Alice Hutchings, Kew gardeners, 1898
Eleanor Morland, Gertude Cope and Alice Hutchings, Kew gardeners, 1898
William Dallimore
William Dallimore
Millennium Seed Bank, (MSB)
Millennium Seed Bank, (MSB)
Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) at Wakehurst, RBG Kew
Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) at Wakehurst, RBG Kew
Cinchona bark specimens
Cinchona bark specimens
Annie M Gulvin
Annie M Gulvin
The Treetop Walkway, RBG Kew
The Treetop Walkway, RBG Kew
Women gardeners put on their clogs ready for work, World War II
Women gardeners put on their clogs ready for work, World War II
William Dallimore Featured Image

William Dallimore

William Dallimore (1871-1959), known to his colleagues as "good old Dallimore" was a well-liked and long serving member of staff at RBG Kew for more than 45 years. He joined Kew as a student gardener in 1891, aged 20, and worked in the Palm House, the tropical Propagating Pits and the Arboretum, of which he became foreman (now termed curator) in 1901. This undated photograph shows him as a young man, possibly in his student days, carrying tree-pruning equipment. He later became Keeper of the Museums, established the Wood Museum and supervised the development of the National Pinetum at Bedgebury. He was regarded as one of the leading authorities on trees and shrubs in the UK

© RBG KEW

Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Garden visitors inspect the Demonstration Plot at RBG Kew, during WWII
Garden visitors inspect the Demonstration Plot at RBG Kew, during WWII
William Thiselton Dyer
William Thiselton Dyer
The Birdman, Mr Allaway, 1901
The Birdman, Mr Allaway, 1901
The Pagoda, RBG Kew
The Pagoda, RBG Kew
Japanese Gateway, Kew Gardens c.1910
Japanese Gateway, Kew Gardens c.1910
Vaults at the Millennium Seed Bank
Vaults at the Millennium Seed Bank
Bluebells in woodland at Wakehurst place
Bluebells in woodland at Wakehurst place
Walter Fitch, Llewllyn House, Kew
Walter Fitch, Llewllyn House, Kew
MSB Seed bank vault
MSB Seed bank vault
Fish Tongues used to grate Guarana
Fish Tongues used to grate Guarana
RBG Kew expedition to Cameroon
RBG Kew expedition to Cameroon
Tamarindus indica, tamarind Featured Image

Tamarindus indica, tamarind

Hand painted copy of an illustration of tamarind, commissioned by William Roxburgh. In his Flora Indica, Roxburgh describes this species as a magnificent tree, one of the largest in India. It generally flowers in May and ripens its fruit during the cold season. Roxburgh also reports an extract of a letter of Captain Pringle at Lucknow, where the qualities and the uses of various parts of this plant are explained. Other names: Tintri, Tintiree (Sanskrit); Tintiree, Tintil, Tentool (Bengali); Umli, Amli (Hindi); Chinta-chittoo (Telugu)

© The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Palm house with spring bedding
Palm house with spring bedding
Vegetables growing in the Demonstration Plot, RBG Kew, WWII
Vegetables growing in the Demonstration Plot, RBG Kew, WWII
The Kew Gardens Question
The Kew Gardens Question
Portrait of Sir William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865)
Portrait of Sir William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865)
Nursery at the Millennium Seed Bank
Nursery at the Millennium Seed Bank
Sir Peter Crane of RBG Kew
Sir Peter Crane of RBG Kew
Frank Norman Howes, RBG Kew
Frank Norman Howes, RBG Kew
Stella Ross Craig, botanical artist
Stella Ross Craig, botanical artist
Ann Webster, botanical artist, RBG Kew, 1951
Ann Webster, botanical artist, RBG Kew, 1951
Matilda Smith, botanical artist
Matilda Smith, botanical artist
The Royal Botanic Gardens Constabulary
The Royal Botanic Gardens Constabulary
George Appleby
George Appleby
Matilda Smith, botanical artist Featured Image

Matilda Smith, botanical artist

Matilda Smith, Joseph Hooker's second cousin, began training as a botanical artist in 1877, at the age of 23, and remained in Kew's employ for 45 years, producing more than 2300 drawings for Curtis Botanical Magazine. She became the Civil Service's first payrolled botanical artist. In 1916 she became president of the Kew Guild and in 1921 was accepted as an associate of the Linnean Society, only the second woman to receive this honour. Hooker's second cousin, began training as a botanical artist in 1877, at the age of 23, and remained in Kew's employ for 45 years, producing more than 2300 drawings for Curtis Botanical Magazine. She became the Civil Service's first payrolled botanical artist. In 1916 she became president of the Kew Guild and in 1921 was accepted as an associate of the Linnean Society, only the second woman to receive this honour

© RBG KEW

The Broadwalk, RBG Kew
The Broadwalk, RBG Kew
Aquatic Garden
Aquatic Garden
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus orientalis, Queen of the Night
Helleborus orientalis, Queen of the Night
Helleborus orientalis
Helleborus orientalis
Hosta Sum and Substance
Hosta Sum and Substance
Wisteria floribunda Alba
Wisteria floribunda Alba
Lupinus The Govenor
Lupinus The Govenor
Jasminum nudiflorum
Jasminum nudiflorum
Lobelia cardinalis Queen Victoria
Lobelia cardinalis Queen Victoria
Ophiopogon planiscapus (lilyturf)
Ophiopogon planiscapus (lilyturf)
Lupinus My Castle
Lupinus My Castle