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Thursday 29 March 2018 19:00 - Thursday 29 March 2018 21:00

Seeds are of immense biological and economic importance. For example, they allow the farming of cereals and legumes, major food sources for a large proportion of the world's inhabitants.

This is a evening lecture on Thursday 29 March (7-9pm), held at the University's main campus in Liverpool.

Join Ness's Botanist Tim Baxter for a wide-ranging talk that will look at seeds from the gardeners point of view - how to collect and sow them but also of their wider importance to human civilisation and their place in plant evolution.

This is the final of four lectures in a new Horticulture & Botany Series delivered by Ness Botanic Gardens staff at the University of Liverpool's main campus. In addition, there are two one day courses offer practical gardening and design advice. Details can be found here.


Who is it suitable for?

18+. There are no formal entry requirements, just a love of plants & gardening

What does it cost?

£9 (No concessions) per lecture or £30 for the entire series of 4 lectures.

Do I need to book a place?

Yes -  Please book online via the University of Liverpool's online store or contact The University's Continuing Education Department on 0151 794 6900.



Venue Details

University Campus, Liverpool - 126 Mount Pleasant