Four world-class researchers explore different approaches to urban planting that result in green pleasant places with increased biodiversity.
Our Sheffield culture calendar. Filled with picks of the city’s arts, culture and heritage events, both in-person and virtual. Plus reviews and festival guides.
Wed. 4 August 2021
Tue. 10 August 2021
Join Angelica Sule, Programme Director at Site Gallery, for an online panel discussion with artists Maud Haya-Baviera, Joanna Whittle and Victoria Lucas.
Wed. 11 August 2021
Join Ned McConnell, exhibition curator from the Roberts Institute of Art, for a virtual introduction to Millennium Gallery's new exhibition, Earthbound.
Tue. 17 August 2021
Friends of the Botanical Gardens host a talk on alien species. Looking at how invasive and non-native plant species can improve diversity.
Wed. 25 August 2021
Tune in to Sheffield Museums' Facebook page for their next online talk. Members of the V&A Museum’s curatorial team will talk about objects from the V&A’s Asian collection that are currently on display at the Millennium Gallery.
Tue. 7 September 2021
Horticulturist James Miller shares an insight into the creation at Wisley of the new Astilbe national collection.
Tue. 21 September 2021
Advolly Richmond traces the social history of indoor plants from ancient Japan through to the present day, and highlights the complicated relationship we have with them today.
Tue. 16 November 2021
Find out about the establishment of the Air Quality Garden in Sheffield Botanical Gardens. Discover how plants can be used to monitor air quality, and the effects of pollution on human health.