Kew celebrates native plants and animals
Appeared on Space For Nature on May 24th 2003
This year's Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew summer festival is entitled 'Go Wild' and celebrates, as the name suggests, our heritage of native plants and animals.
Go Wild will run from today until 28th September. It will feature, among other things, an aerial walkway through the 30m high canopy of a mature oak (sounds fantastic!). Visitors will also be able to see a new garden, the Defra Biodiversity Garden designed by Mary Reynolds who won a gold medal at Chelsea 2002 for her naturalistic garden Tearmann si - A Celtic sanctuary.
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