On June 16, I'll be giving a virtual talk on my favourite topic...of course, that's pavement plants! Hundreds of plant species are thought to be growing on the pavements of London. These plants are often dismissed as “weeds”, yet they form a key part of our urban biodiversity. I will introduce some of the common … Continue reading “Nature beneath our feet” – a virtual talk on June 16
Last week, I was invited to the launch of Parks for London Integrated Weed Management guidance in Brixton, South London. Parks for London is an independent charity that aims to help the managers of London parks and green spaces to share knowledge, and manage resources in the best way possible. The launch was a great … Continue reading Changing times…a guidance on “weed” management
Tree pits are often sprayed with glyphosate in the UK to remove plants. But do these "weeds" have to be removed? Does glyphosate harm trees?