Great Dixter: Integrating Annuals and Biennials into your Borders
Online lecture by Fergus Garrett, Wednesday 29th July, 7.30pm and Saturday 1st August, 9am, £15.
Past lectures also available, inc. The Magic of Dixter, Layered Planting, Biodiversity.
Tales from the Fruit Bowl
Gardens Trust Series of online lectures from by Michael Holland. Illustrated talks on some of our best-loved fruits – including aspects of their historical and geographical roots, folklore, symbolism, botany, nutrition, chemistry and more. 4 week online course, with 4 x 90 mins (max) sessions, once a week on Tuesday mornings, starting on 4th August, £16 for all 4, or £5 each. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tales-from-the-fruit-bowl-tickets-112289765712
Week 1: 4th Aug – Core and more: Apples, Pears and the Rose family.
Week 2: 11th Aug – Zest and the rest: Oranges and Lemons and the Citrus family.
Week 3: 18th Aug – Saucy and spicy: Chillies and tomatoes and the fruits of the nightshade family.
Week 4: 25th Aug – ‘Gourd Almighty’: The Cucumber family.
A Brief Introduction to Garden History
Gardens Trust online course that puts the story of the English garden into a wider context. 8 x 90 mins (max) sessions, once a week, Thursdays, starting 6th August at 11.00am. £40. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-brief-introduction-to-garden-history-tickets-112232424202
Birkbeck Garden History Group: Monthly Covid 19 Garden Quiz
IHR History of Landscape and Gardens Seminar
Events yet to be announced. History and the Environment series of seminars planned.
Wolfson Room NB01, Basement, IHR, North block, Senate House unless otherwise stated, Thursdays 18:00; Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org