Behind the scenes at the Royal Horticultural Society
Europe and meYoMem - Young Messengers of European Memory
As part of our exploration into the history of seed production we had a tour of the work of the Royal Horticultural society, at their gardens at Wisley outside, London
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Shows the important work undertaken in storing seeds, educating people about gardens and the environment.
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We are members fo a youth panel at the museum of English Rural Life and were invited to find out more about the history of seed catalogues and horticulture
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