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Spectacular horticulture and biodiversity

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How do we create places that bloom and beckon biodiversity?

We know people love the idea of spectacular horticulture and increasing biodiversity in our squares and parks, but how do we turn this into practice, and be sustainable? What are the steps we need to take to make this happen, and how can we all play our part in improving the quality and impact of planting?

We will be hearing from experts in the field, debating different approaches and thinking about what the lessons will be for Grosvenor Square.


Ed Ikin
Deputy Director of Wakehurst, RBG Kew

Nigel Dunnett
Professor of Planting Design and Urban Horticulture, University of Sheffield

Emily Morshuis
Project Lead, London Wildlife Trust

Kabir Kaul
Young conservationist and wildlife writer

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