Peter Rabbit Garden

To mark 120 years since the publication of Beatrix Potter’s much-loved children’s classic, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, publisher Penguin Random House Children’s has announced a three-year partnership with Grow2Know.…

Hands Off Mangrove

Grow2Know is spreading its roots to The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 - with a unique garden design representing both social and climate injustices. RHS Chelsea Flower Show “Hands off…

Walkways Wildlife
Walkways Wildlife Project 2021

Walkways Wildlife

Prairie Garden The Prairie Garden is a partnership between Grow2Know and the Natural History Museum’s Urban Nature Project. We have been working alongside W11 to consult with the community and are helping…

Colonial Botany

When we speak of deconstructing or “decolonising” botany, unlike the artefacts of museums – plants cannot be repatriated to their homelands.

Morley College London

In July 2020 Morley College London reached out to us asking if we could brighten up an unused, unloved outdoor space that was barely a garden. A vision was set out…

Whose London: Tayshan Hayden-Smith

Guardian
17th October 2020:

Designers have taken inspiration from the great outdoors this autumn, turning to all-weather clothes, smocks and big boots. But do actual gardeners dig it?

How I found hope after the Grenfell tragedy

Evening Standard
23 September 2020

As my 24th birthday nears, I am at a crossroads in life. I look back on the last few years, especially, and I reflect on just how challenging it has been — from the Grenfell Tower fire; to losing my mum; to Covid-19; to the general challenges of life as a young person growing up in London. But one thing has always remained ... hope.