On the following pages is a photographic study of the Palm House at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. This isn't meant as an in-depth look at the palms and cycads there, more an attempt to try and capture the essence, and feel of the place :)
Thanks go to Andrew Hobson for the photographs, and to Dr John Dransfield and Dr Bill Baker, for the plant identifications.
Exterior Interior Interior II Interior III
Jubaea chilensis in the temperate House.
(Click each for a larger image)
Figure 3. Trachycarpus wagnerianus outside the Victorian Palm House.
Contributed by: Rudy Meyer (Figure 1). Neil King (Figures 2&3)