Join us at the Botanic Gardens for a rainbow-inspired workshop about the colours of nature. Which plants have the most vibrant colours and why is colour so useful in the natural world? Have a play with different natural pigments and see if you can dye a white flower. Create leaf prints and have a go at dyeing your own egg.
Tickets to the workshop include entry to the Botanic Gardens for one adult and one child, so why not bring a picnic and see the gardens awash with colour. Additional adults to pay entry to the gardens on the day.
Come dressed for the weather as part of this activity will be outside.
Close ticket sales lunchtime on April 16th.
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The University of Oxford Botanic Garden
Rose Lane, Oxford , OX1 4AZ