· The 275-year-old Royal Botanic Garden
Kew was created during under George II in 1759. Kew has been shaped by its plant hunters over the centuries, who have continued to bring the rich variety of the plant kingdom to these Gardens, and expanded its extraordinary collections of objects and botanical art.
Since 2003, the Gardens have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
· Exclusive and Delicate Botanical Art
Kew is home to one of the world’s greatest collections of botanical illustration. The primary purpose of botanical art is to show scientific detail. It can reveal more than a photograph, depicting every stage of a plant’s lifecycle from flower to seed, deliberating highlighting elements that cannot be distinguished with a camera.