Threatened plants with a ‘Ray of Hope’

Photo credit: Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Join us to meet a selection of plants growing at Cambridge University Botanic Garden with inspirational back-stories. Starting with a plant aptly named ‘Ray of Hope’, we will take you on a virtual tour around the world to celebrate the plant conservation work being undertaken in far flung places, but also closer to home.

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