THE GARDENS OF KEW: THE WORK OF KEW GARDENS IN WARTIME, SURREY, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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A member of the British Red Cross and his female companion inspect carnivorous pitcher plants from Malaya and Borneo in the tropical department at Kew Gardens. More insectivorous plants, such as the South African sundew and the American pitcher plant, can also be seen on the shelves of the greenhouse.