GHS Winter Lecture Series, London
Journey through Yunnan: a haunt for plant hunters past and present
Dr Heather Barrett-Mold
President of the Institute of Horticulture
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ (Farringdon Tube Station)
6.30pm, Wednesday 23 February
Doors open at 6pm, lectures start at 6.30pm
Yunnan, in South Western China, is rich in the flora and fauna that inhabit its very varied biomes which range from high alpine in the Himalayas to subtropical. Today it is home to a research station for the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh and it has long been the haunt of plant hunters. Dr Barrett-Mold has been on several plant study tours to the area and will share her experiences of this astonishingly diverse environment.
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