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Talking Plants at The Hepworth Wakefield - Gardening in a Changing World: Plants, People and the Climate Crisis

Sunday 3 March, 2pm - 3.30pm

£5 (talk only) / £15 (talk and exhibition entry). Exhibition entry is FREE for Members, Wakefield District residents and under 18s

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Talking Plants is a social event for people that love plants – seeded in Sheffield with roots across the North.

On Sunday 3 March, Talking Plants comes to The Hepworth Wakefield for a special afternoon event featuring Darryl Moore in conversation with The Hepworth Wakefield’s Cultural Gardener, Katy Merrington, and garden designer, Will Tomson.

Darryl Moore is an award-winning garden and landscape designer and writer. He is author of Gardening in a Changing World: Plants People and the Climate Crisis (Pimpernel Press). He is Director and co-founder of the innovative urban landscape organisation Cityscapes, realising creative approaches to greening city spaces through novel design ideas that ensure ecological, economic and social sustainability. He is a consultant at Beth Chatto’s Plants & Gardens, co-curator of thehub.earth and a tutor at KLC School of Design. He sits on the Society of Garden Designers Council, and is a fellow of the RSA. His most recent award was for the St Mungo’s Putting Down Roots Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, showcasing sustainability and ecology in public places.

Gardening in a Changing World: Plants, People and the Climate Crisis explores recent developments in planting design, horticulture, ecology and plant science. It addresses our relationship with plants and gardens, looking at the ways we can begin to appreciate and work together with plants in facing the challenges of climate change and biodiversity loss.

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