Dale Chihuly shipped in 32 installations which go on display across London site

There are wildly coloured, alien-looking spheres in the brushed gravel of Kew’s Japanese garden while in the Victorian temperate house a 10-metre abstract glass sculpture hangs from the ceiling.

Elsewhere, yellow glass spikes poke upwards among the brunfelsia australis, (yesterday, today and tomorrow trees), while red reed-like structures rise up among fuschias and salvia.

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