Wildlife Gardening talk at the Garden Museum

Jo will be chairing a discussion of wildlife gardening with Kate Bradbury and Arthur Parkinson on 17 October, in celebration of Arthur’s new book ‘Planting a Paradise: A year of pots and pollinators’!

Jo’s recent RHS Wildlife Garden at RHS Hampton Court re-framed the idea of re-wilding and the notion that gardens have to be left to ‘go wild’ in order for them to be beneficial for wildlife.

All three speakers will celebrate how every garden space, no matter its size or location, can be a colourful refuge for creatures throughout the seasons.

Tickets via the Garden Museum website

Talk | Arthur Parkinson & Kate Bradbury: Wildlife Gardening

Wildlife Gardening talk at the Garden Museum