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22 April 2023

Today the team of RES volunteers for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show met at Hortus Loci to see the plants that were being grown. Such amazing efforts from the team there and exciting to see the garden come together.

“Had an excellent visit to Thameside Nature Park ahead of the volunteer day at Hortus Loci, chatting about insects with Tom Massey & what we can do to support them” – Ashleigh Whiffin


The Royal Entomological Society is a non-profit organisation and relies on publishing, membership and donations to pursue its support of scientific, educational, ecological and entomological causes.
We plan to relocate the RES garden to central London with a new education program providing a long-term opportunity for insect study as part of our planned UK network of gardens. The garden will show how remarkable and valuable insects are with visible insect science taking place in the unique – insect eye inspired – outdoor laboratory.
Much like the diversity of insects, there are many ways to support us and our work – your contribution, no matter how big or small, makes a huge impact and enables us to continue to enrich the world with insect science.

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