Biodiversity in the City with Sarah Price

Led by landscape and planting designer Sarah Price of Sarah Price Landscapes, celebrates how gardens and parks have kept biodiversity alive in cities, providing rich experiences for wildlife and people. Not only can naturalistic city planting be environmentally sound but, if thoughtfully designed, it can be dramatically beautiful. The ride looks at the smallest gardens, roadside verges to the largest parks. The ride begins at the View Tube overlooking the 2012 Olympic Park development and continues through Mile End Park, through Wapping, over Tower Bridge and along the South Bank, crossing Waterloo Bridge and finishing at the Phoenix Gardens in the West End.

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