Inspirational Women in Horticulture: Natalie Chivers
On three Friday lunchtimes in January, Growing the Future will be hosting a series of talks starring inspirational women in horticulture, covering aspects such as their career journeys and horticultural interests.
Learn more on the scientific research and horticultural developments within the Botanic Garden too with introductory talks by Garden PhD Researchers and Horticulturist. Enjoy this FREE series while also taking advantage of FREE Garden entry during weekdays in January.
‘Treborth Botanic Garden – small garden, big plans’ by Natalie Chivers
Treborth Botanic Garden is the National Botanic Garden of Wales’ sister botanic garden, situated along the Menai Strait in North Wales. Like many botanic gardens, Treborth has had an interesting journey up until now, and the Garden’s Curator, Natalie, will be sharing some of the history of the Garden, and exciting plans for the future.
As well as caring for more than 2,000 species of plants and planning the future of her Garden’s collections, Natalie has a keen interest in garden design and has worked for designers at the Royal Chelsea Flower Show since 2014.
Introductory talk by Abigail Lowe, a Garden PhD student, on her research to discover what plants pollinators are using within the Botanic Garden and Waun Las Nature Reserve, using pollen DNA metabarcoding.
To book your place, please visit the Garden’s Eventbrite page.
Talks arranged by the Growing the Future project at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
This project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.