Thursday, 21 March 2019

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - Enjoy the start of spring with us

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Image of daffodils along the Great Broad Walk Borders
As spring begins, Kew Gardens is starting to bloom with colour. See vibrant daffodils, dazzling bluebells and gorgeous blossoms throughout springtime as the Gardens come alive.

Kew Gardens is the perfect day out for Mother’s Day so why not join us on or around the 31 March for a walk in our springtime garden? Enjoy a lunch or cream tea to make a day of your visit. 
Spring highlights
Image of bluebells in the Natural Area
Natural Area
This area was donated to Kew by Queen Victoria on the condition the area remains in a wilder, untamed state. During spring discover countless bluebells and wild garlic growing in this peaceful part of the Gardens.
Image of the Great Broad Walk Borders
Great Broad Walk Borders
Take a stroll between the longest double herbaceous borders in the country to see spring bulbs bursting into life. Replanted in 2016, the borders are an adventure for the senses and offer inspiration for your own garden. 
Mother's Day gift inspiration
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Treat your mum to the perfect present from our online shop. From gin to chocolate and gardening treats, we have a gift for all tastes. 
Image of membership cards
Let your mum enjoy a year’s access to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst, along with a range of other exclusive benefits.
Image of a hand drawing a leaf
New courses have just been announced for spring and summer. Give the gift of creative learning as a unique present.
Cover of The Kew Gardener’s Guide to Growing House Plants
The Kew Gardener’s Guides, £12.99
Discover the right plants for your home or how to grow 75 different types of herbs in two new guides.
Image of Tiger Jaws
Do you want to give something unusual and support one of Kew's conservation projects? Adopt a Seed for the perfect last minute gift.