Plantscapes is a landscape-scale collaboration with horticulturalists at Kew Royal Botanic Garden in London. The project, developed over the course of three years with design adaptions due to the global pandemic, involves six different installations focused on endangered plant communities of the UK. Visitors may walk around and inside the Plantscapes and place their heads through the landscape to meet plants up-close. Featured plant ecosystems include sand dunes, hedgerow, moorland, woodland, meadow and green roof village. Interpretation helps visitors to understand the threats of climate change to plant ecosystems and how they can help to care for plant communities near their homes. The green roof village is designed as a children’s play area. Plantscapes was on view at Kew as part of the exhibition the Secret World of Plants from May-October 2021. All of the elements were designed to be re-purposed for community use. Thanks to Setworks for the design/build work.