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Discover how you can get involved with National Plant Health week...

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From becoming a Nature Detective to tree planting… there are lots of fantastic plant health activities that you can get involved with!


Izzy the Inspector Book

For fun all year round this fab activity booklet invites children to ‘Help protect our plants with Izzy the Inspector’ - it covers topics such as why plants are important and an introduction to plant disease, insects and fungi, to name a few, all designed to encourage children to explore the plants around them!

You can download the Izzy the Inspector activity book here



UK Plant Health Week >> 8-14 May

National Plant Health Week takes place from 8-14 May 2023, where we will be sharing with you how you can help keep plants healthy, and practice good biosecurity. Connect with us on social media using the hashtag #planthealthweek on Twitter and Instagram

Discover more about the events and related activities for Plant Health Week 2023!

Invasive Species Week >> 15 - 23 May

An annual event led by the GB Non Native Species Secretariat (GBNNSS) to raise awareness of invasive species and how everyone can help to prevent their spread.

Find out more about Invasive Species Week on the GBNNSS website

Tree Tools for Schools

Woodland Trust have put together all their educational resources for school and the most popular Nature Detectives activities in one place. You can now access these in Tree Tools for Schools, a free online learning hub.

Vist the Tree Tools for Schools website

Woodland Trust Nature Detectives

The Woodland Trust have created a series of lockdown blogs including nature-based activities for budding Nature Detectives that you can enjoy together at home, in your garden or in your local woods.

Find out more about nature activities on the Woodland Trust website

The Royal Horticultural Society >> 2023 events

For plant lovers and garden enthusiasts there are numerous RHS shows and events taking place throughout the year.

Explore the RHS events online

1. Buy responsibly

Source plants from reputable nurseries and suppliers

2. Don’t bring back plants from abroad

3. Report any unusual symptoms on trees and plants

Visit FC Tree Alert online

4. Clean your boots

After visiting woodlands and parks to help limit the spread of potentially devastating plant diseases