Come and be part of a global voice for wild plants and fungi
This autumn, help us find the Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
Make a positive impact in protecting remarkable lichens.
Go the extra mile and run wild for Plantlife
Become a Plantlife member today and together we will rebuild a world rich in plants and fungi
Experience the wonders of nature and its rich biodiversity through our events and activities to explore plants, fungi and the habitats they are in.
If you've learned the parts of a plant, the next step in your wildflower identification journey is to explore some common plant families. Join Sarah and Sam in looking at the features of 5 plant families.
This session will help you focus on your forget-me-nots and frame those foxgloves with botanist and author Leif Bersweden.
Find out why organisations like Plantlife are campaigning to keep peat in the ground where it belongs, and discover how you can still have a beautiful, productive garden without it.
Work by Lisa Gardner that highlights wild plants that are at risk of extinction. It explores the relationship between art and conservation.
Gin just isn't gin without juniper, find out how exactly do the berries of this native conifer become gin, and what do botanicals add to its quality.
Nature has been a source of inspiration for artists for centuries, find out how nature influences Plantlife’s first artist in residence, Iris Hill in this online talk.
Plantlife Members, discover the wonders of lichens with experts Dr Oliver Moore and Dave Lamacraft.
Join Plantlife and an expert mycologist for an exploration of colourful Waxcap fungi in Deeside.
Plantlife Members, join us in an engaging virtual journey through some fascinating British fungi species.
Join us at The Ucheldre to discover sand dunes through a new exhibition.
On 28 September, join Plantlife to take action, standing united alongside the Restore Nature Now movement at the DEFRA offices in London.
Join us live on Instagram, where Project Manager Sam Jones will show you rare plants, and answer questions about the Cairngorms project.
Free – Booking Required
Come and learn about rare mountain top plants and fungi in habitat over in altitude 1000m with expert botanists.
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