Following the review and member survey we carried out last year, we made a number of changes to the way PlantNetwork operates and communicates with members. To support those changes we also decided to update our ‘brand’: the logo and accompanying strapline.
Launch of our Botanical Heritage Forum, 6th December 11.00am. Sir Hans Sloane Herbarium, Natural History Museum, London.
RHS Wisley. 20th June 2017 9.30 registration 10.00am start. 16.00 close. Practical sessions and behind the scenes tours.
We are pleased to announce our new sponsor Dragonfli suppliers of natural pest control, plants, seeds and plant care products in addition to professional advice on IPM.
Newly-published in the New Journal of Botany, indicating that thousands of healthy elm trees on the self-governing dependency of Isle of Man have avoided infection by Dutch elm disease thanks to the island’s weather being too cold and windy for the pathogen to take hold.
Learning modules on seed conservation BGCI has created a suite of learning modules on seed conservation, essential for those working in seed banks or in botanic gardens with seed collection programmes. The modules are available to download as PowerPoints to use as training resources. Find out more PlantNetwork held […]
Botanic Garden Conservation International’s (BGCI) new database – ThreatSearch – the most comprehensive database of conservation assessments of plants. It contains over 242,000 conservation assessments, representing over 150,000 taxa. ThreatSearch lists global, regional and national conservation assessments for plants, from a variety of sources with the aim of being a one-stop […]
Kate Nicoll, National Specialist for Garden Training with the National Trust reports on her experience of developing a new garden training programme for National Trust horticultural staff. ‘A Garden Training Strategy for the National Trust! Aren’t all our gardeners fully trained already?’ This was one of the responses I received […]
The RHS will launch it’s report ‘Gardening in a changing climate’ report will be launched on 26th April at Broadway House, Tothill Street, London , SW1H 9NQ Since the 2002 publication of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) report looking at the impact of climate change on gardening, ‘Gardening in a […]
19th October 2017. Treborth Botanic Garden, University of Bangor. Case studies on managing gardens and collections for research, partnerships & visitor attractions. We will include how to develop management plans and Spirit of Place that helps to relate collections to host institutions core aims.