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Forgotten Spaces 2011 shortlisted: Urban Physic Garden by Wayward Plants

[Southwark] The Urban Physic Garden transforms a forgotten yard on the Guy’s Hospital Campus into public garden celebrating medicinal plants, and the health and wellbeing of our cities and environments.

The Urban Physic Garden proposes to transform a forgotten yard along Borough High Street on the King’s College and Guy’s Hospital Campus into public garden celebrating medicinal plants, and the health and wellbeing of our cities and environments.

It will be a platform for exploring the productive potential of plants in urban life

The Urban Physic Garden will be a platform for artists, designers, urban growers and health practitioners, exploring the productive potential of plants and the holistic benefits of gardens in urban life.

Wayward Plants are currently producing a pop-up summer festival of the Urban Physic Garden nearby, transforming a derelict site on Union Street SE1.

www.waywardplants.org

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