The wild plants of Greater London are some of the most well-explored and thoroughly documented anywhere in the world. Over the last 5 centuries, the city’s landscape and flora has changed massively. Once common native plants, like strawberry clover are now nearing extinction. while at the same time. recent colonists such as narrow-leaved ragwort are becoming increasingly abundant.
Tickets: Donation only.
The link will be emailed to you on the morning of the talk by the SLBI.
Mark Spencer https://www.markspencerbotanist.com/
The SLBI is a registered charity for botanical education. It supports people of all ages and backgrounds in learning about plants. By making a donation with your booking you will help to sustain our work with school children, families and the wider community. As a small charity, any amount you can give, large or small, will be warmly appreciated and make an enormous difference.
The image is of the common cow-wheat, Melampyrum pratense – now a scarce plant across much of London