NHBS are pleased to announce Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew as our Publisher of the Month for June 2019.
Kew have been publishing important scientific texts for nearly 260 years, the first notable publications being John Hill’s catalogue of trees and shrubs at Kew. With the arrival of William Jackson Hooker as Kew’s first director, and his successor and son Joseph Dalton Hooker in the 1800s, the publishing output of Kew soared as it became a scientific institution.
Their book publishing is inspired by Kew’s scientific work and collections and is aimed at engaging new audiences as well as plant lovers and professionals.
Kew have just published: Field Guide to the Orchids of Europe and the Mediterranean. A comprehensive and beautiful photographic guide to the orchids of the region. Written by leading experts, who between them have decades of orchid field and research experience.
Paperback | May 2018| £24.99
We have many of Kew’s bestselling books on promotion during June.
Wild Plants of Southern Spain: A Guide to the Native Plants of Andalucia
Hardback | May 2017| £23.99
An essential guide for anyone wanting to understand more about the flowers of this region.
Plants of the World: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Vascular Plants
Hardback| Oct 2017| £57.79
The first comprehensive book to cover every vascular plant family in the world.
Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Western Mediterranean
Hardback| March 2016| £31.99
Covering over 2,500 plants, this easy to use guide focuses on the most common and conspicuous species that occur in the area.
The Kew Plant Glossary: An Illustrated Dictionary of Plant Identification Terms
Hardback| June 2016| £14.99
This plant glossary includes all descriptive terms used in floras, plant field guides and monographs.
Wild Flowers of the High Weald
Paperback| April 2018| £11.99
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty running across West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent. Within it are many varied habitats, from lowland heath to meadows and woodlands.
Ophrys: The Bee Orchids of Europe
Paperback| July 2007| £29.99
An insight of what a radically different energy future may look like and how we can prepare for it.
Forthcoming from Kew
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew have more publications due in 2019, notably: The Extraordinary Story of the Apple, Field Guide to the Plants of the Falkland Islands and Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Browse all our books from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Kew’s mission is to unlock the potential of plants and fungi, through the power of scientific discovery and research.
All price offers are valid until 30th June 2019.