4 November 2021
Elmwood Building, Queen’s University Belfast, Elmwood Avenue, Belfast, BT7 1NN
Plant exploration today is an account of the travels of plant nut from Melbourne to Mandalay.
As a gardener Neil Porteous has found it a huge advantage to travel and see plants growing naturally in their habitat. Nature, is the best gardener and learning about plants and their communities allows Neil to grow plants together more successfully, but also makes them look natural. Ireland's temperate climate means we can grow a huge range of plants.
This talk combines travel and plant exploration with how these plants can be used in our own gardens here in Northern Ireland.
This event has been organised by the Northern Ireland committee.
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Featured image: Neil Porteous
[In-person] An account of the travels of plant nut from Melbourne to Mandalay.
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