The Exploration Place's Living Wall receives plenty of green

The Exploration Place is going to look a lot greener on the inside when it re-opens. One of the museum's key redevelopments is their brand new Palaeo-Botany Hall and a big feature of that space will be the Living Wall, a 90-ft wall lined with over fifteen-hundred plants.

The museum put out a call for donations and on Sunday the community had donated roughly two-hundred-fifty plant cuttings and two-dozen potted plants.

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If you are interested in making a donation, the museum asks that the cutting be at least 4" long with at least four leaves from a bug-free, healthy plant.

The Exploration Place is also seeking Umbrella Trees, Rubber Plants and other larger species for the plantings that will fill the Palaeo-Botany Hall beyond the wall.

Donations can be made by contacting the museum at

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