The wonder of wildflowers talk
- Wednesday 30 January 2019
- 4 – 5.30pm
- FULLY BOOKED
- Eden Project
Eden Project Members and their guests are invited to attend a talk by Richard Scott, who has devoted his career to the conservation and re-establishment of wildflowers. He is one of the original founders of the National Wildflower Centre, which now has its home at Eden.
Richard Scott, Director of the National Wildflower Centre (which, we're proud to say, now calls Eden its home) will give an exclusive talk about the subject that is closest to his heart, that which he has devoted his career to... wildflowers. In his own words:
"There is a smile in the possibility of wildflowers, bringing hope, opportunity, colour and transformation. It's about sowing seed and celebrating the joy in connecting to the thrill of positive change, by creating areas where wildflowers will sing and be loved in forgotten spaces and surprising places. The world needs wildflowers. Land is the best art, we want to prove it."
Richard will share the legacy of projects past, and the strong future that the National Wildflower Centre now has, with Eden, in the important business of making wildflowers work. With a passion for his subject that is joyously infectious, this inspiring and heart-warming talk is sure to brighten up a winter's evening.
How to book
This event is now fully booked. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the waitlist, and let us know if you'd like to bring a guest.