Knitted Bark was installed in the centre of the Kew Gardens from May to September 2014 during the gardens summer Festival. Three beautiful trees were covered in Knitted Bark to form a visual, playful participatory installation.

Visitors were invited to add to the installation after exploring the gardens by choosing one of five important medicinal plants and tying on a strip of corresponding coloured wool representing it to the knitted vines that covered on the trees. Over the three months of the festival knitted tree vines became full of wool ties contributed by thousands of visitors.