Grow Wild

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Bringing people together to value and enjoy wildflowers and fungi

Welcome to Grow Wild

Grow Wild is the national outreach programme of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

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We're on a mission to bring people together to value and enjoy UK-native wildflowers, plants and fungi.

Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, 70 St. Mary Axe, Jo Malone London and more, we have a track record of bringing together community and creativity to help people learn, grow, and enjoy wildflowers and fungi.

Follow the links below to find out more about what we do, who we are, and how you can get involved.

You can also read all about our previous projects or visit our YouTube channel to see the projects we've led and supported in the past.

Our opportunities and resources

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Two people wearing blue tops are facing right, one of them is holding a plant

Apply for a grant

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Seed kits

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A Grow Wild fungus lab sits on a wooden table

Fungus labs

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Black and yellow caterpillars sitting on large green leaves

Educational resources

Grow wild with us

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Yellow and purple and pink wildflowers growing in a field

What is biodiversity?

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Three people with dark hair and outdoor clothes walk along a grassy path alongside a bluebell woodland

Nature's benefits

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Red poppies and other wildflowers in a meadow amongst tall grass

Why wildflowers matter

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A small cluster of grey oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus) grows from a bed of straw and mycelium

Why fungi matter

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Stay in touch

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We're passionate about UK native plants and fungi, and how they can help people grow and learn together. Sign up to find out more!