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Richard Scott – Wildflower Pioneer

Richard Scott has been one of Britain’s pioneers in using wildflowers in the landscape. Here he talks about its roots in landscape restoration, and his work in Liverpool, using wildflowers in urban environments, community involvement and the ups and downs of the organisations he has worked with. His new home is Cornwall’s Eden Project, where the visionary Tim Smit long ago saw the potential of using native flora to reclaim former mining wastelands.

National Wildflower Centre

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