The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew hopes that World Travel Market London 2015 visitors will queue up to hear about its ambitious projects in 2016.
As part of celebrations for the Year of the English Garden in 2016, Kew will unveil the ‘Broadwalk Borders’, its most ambitious horticultural project for many years. Thought to be the world’s largest herbaceous (perennial) border, it will flank both sides of the 300-metre long Broadwalk, which links the Palm House and the Orangery.
Kew Gardens, The Houses of Parliament, Historic Royal Palaces, English Heritage, National Trust, Royal Collection, Shakespeare’s Globe and St Paul’s Cathedral will all be exhibiting together on a shared stand for the third time in a row.
Stand number: UKI430