The South London Botanical Institute offers a range of evening lectures, weekly courses and day trips covering all aspects of botany and related subjects. The programme comes out three times a year and is sent automatically to members. For the current programme, click / see below.
Recent lectures and visits have covered subjects as diverse
as London’s changing flora, the study of wetland plants and the life
and work of the Institute’s founder, A O Hume, plus study trips to Darwin’s
home, Down House (recently named as a World Heritage Site) and Box Hill (site
of chalkland plants).
Click Here: Current programme detailing events & courses
Highlights in the calendar
May – Plant Sale
June - National Gardens Scheme (yellow book) and Open Garden Squares
September - Open weekend for the London Open House event
SUMMER EVENING OPENINGS
During the summer months, the garden is open some evenings for members and their friends to visit and enjoy. The opportunity to appreciate the plants by twilight, with a glass of wine in hand, is a popular one.
Please note that our events will also be posted on the Linnean Society Events Page.Events