Historic Trees at Kew Tickets
The arboretum at Kew contains some
14,000 trees. Tony will talk about the origins
and development of the arboretum and its historic trees some dating back to the
original plantings made by Lord Bute in the late 18 th century. Lecturer:
Tony Kirkham Head of Arboretum, Gardens and Horticultural Services at Kew
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