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THE CITY IS A GARDEN

Plant NOMA

Plant is a 3 year project that gives you the opportunity to keep your hands dirty through city gardening. In a pioneering approach to urban landscape that moves from low maintenance and uniformity to nurture and variety, NOMA is involving 100’s of community gardeners, urbanists, designers, researchers, artists and, we hope, you.

We have partnered with The National Trust, Princes Trust and Manchester Metropolitan University and a host of local groups to deliver a programme of workshops, talks, projects and planting that explore horticulture through the widest possible lens.

meet Liz, our gardener
Liz Dalby-Webb joined the team in August. Liz brings a wealth of gardening knowledge from her RHS training and a love for house plants and allotment. You may spot her about NOMA broadcasting wildflower seeds or helping the ‘the Locust Gang’ gardening club kids to water their pots.
Plant welcomes MMU’s Unit X students to NOMA
Plant welcomes MMU’s Unit X students to NOMA. Bringing together School of Art students from different disciplines to work on live project briefs with partner organisations, Unit X will see a team of 45 take on a series of test beds to explore where species meet in the city.
A Grand Place To Escape From The National Trust TalK
21st April 6pm
Federation, NOMA
Plant Swap 12-4pm
LAST Thursday of the month
Sadler’s Yard, NOMA

We are delighted to host a series of public horticultural workshops throughout the year.

Book a workshop

Bring your team down for a Plant Workshop

If you would like to join us for a special workshop, we’d love to offer you the opportunity to bring your team down and get your hands dirty with us. Get in touch with nicky@noma-manchester.com

For enquiries regarding plant, or anything else happening at NOMA, please get in touch here.

Learn more about NOMA, what’s going on, or joining us.

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