Gareth Evans worked in, and with, botanic gardens for 16 years, specialising in the history of plants and medicine.
'The Four Humours Project', Cadw Education at Strata Florida Abbey, 2019.
'Seeds of Inspiration' Linder Memorial Lecture, Beatrix Potter Society, London, March 2018.
'Keats's Flight from the Vegetable Monster'; Keats's anti-scientific stance in his 1817 poetical imagery. Paper at the 4th Bicentennial John Keats Conference: John Keats, 1817: Moments, Meetings, and the Making of a Poet, May 2017.
‘A Growing Correspondence’, a group presentation at Bartram 300, the John Bartram tercentennial conference at Philadelphia in 1999 supported by the Chelsea Physic Garden.
Papers and features on Keats and botanical culture for the Keats-Shelley Review and The Lancet.
The upgrading and refurbishment of the historical pharmacy installed at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
Curatorial work on the historical collection at the Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University.
Membership of the curatorial committee, and leader of Plants and Medicine group, of the Cymru/Wales programme for the Smithsonian Institution’s Folklife Festival 2009, Washington DC.
Also food columnist, Grassroots, the Royal Horticultural Society staff newsletter 2000-2002.
Talks and presentations for variety of organisations including National Trust and U3A.
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