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Native wildflowers in Chinese cities

Date Tuesday 25th October 2016
Time 10:00 until 12:00
Meet At Sheffield Botanical Gardens
Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield
S10 2LN
Organised By Friends of the Botanical Gardens, Sheffield (FOBS)
Bus Route 81, 82, 83, 83a, 88
Description James Hitchmough is Professor of Horticultural Ecology in the Landscape Department, Sheffield University. He collaborates on research which is focussed on creation of native and non-native vegetation – “ecologically informed herbaceous plant communities that are highly attractive to the lay public” - for use in public urban green space in towns and cities and in many countries. In this talk he will tell us about his work going on in China. Visitors £3. Note: Gardens classroom is due for demolition and a new Education Centre will be built. Please check the FOBS website for news of venue changes - this may also affect access.
Contact Lynda Price
Phone No. 0114 273 0839
Email fobssheffield [at] yahoo.co.uk
Website http://www.fobssheffield.co.uk
Type of Event Talk
Primary Focus Gardening
Wheelchair/Pushchair Accessible Yes
Suitable for Families No