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Gardening for Wildlife Walk

About

Sat 20 August

The gardens at London Wetland Centre are not only beautiful, they're also inspiring.

On this walk our warden will take you on a stroll through the gardens to enjoy the bright swathes of colour that the plants and shrubs create as they bloom from spring into autumn.

You'll learn about the importance of gardens to biodiversity, water conservation, planting choices and what maintenance a garden requires to help wildlife thrive. You'll also get useful tips of what to include in your wildlife garden plans and the importance of various material such as stone and wood chip.

We hope you'll go away eager to create or improve your own gardens at home.

 

 

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£10.00 per ticket

Please be aware that normal admission charges apply - if you are NOT a WWT member you will need to purchase an online entrance ticket in addition to your event.

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Map & Directions

Gardening for Wildlife Walk

Type:Gardening Event

Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT

Tel: 020 8409 4400

Opening Times

Season (20 Aug 2022)
DayTimes
Saturday13:00 - 14:00

* Time: Duration 1 hour

Meeting Point: Courtyard Pagoda

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