March 26, 2010 20:18 by SKA
On the borders of London, UK this flowers garden was established 250 years back. This garden is the home for prevalent collection of samples of plants and flowers in UK and if I am correct, they are considered as the world’s largest collector for plant specimens. Their experts continuously learn to germinate plants, history of flowers, their relationships with other plants, insects and animals and best part is that they know where all these reside in the world.
Much of the work is being done under the supervision of Mark Chase the head of Kew’s Laboratory. He believes that recognizing plants and flowers is fruitful to embark upon the problems of climate change in this century.
Plants are important as they help you to get rid of impurities form water, balance the temperature, changes our behavior and make us friendlier. Therefore, it is important to restore areas that we have damaged due to our past activities. This will be helpful to improve the effects of climatic and weather change and in effect changes our behavior too.
Effect of Plants in Our daily life is very simple to observe.
Kew’s Botanists and florist are busy working with the natives to spotting and defending species of Plants and flowers that are under risk. Monique Simmonds is supervising this campaign to sustain uses of plants in this group of Kew.
According to Simmonds, this variation in habitats is a great threat to Plants and Flowers in UK and other parts of the world. It could also lead to the medical breakthroughs. Few Experts of Kew are working on spotting plants and flowers in UK and Ghana for the treatment of Malaria. However, they have not yet done any magic but Simmonds is still hopeful for the success from these experts.