The Georgian Group

Georgian Gardens and Landscapes Series

Seven lectures.  Talks start at 6 30pm. £3 for members & £5 for non-members. To book click here

Tuesday 2 March – Hidden Horticulturists

Tuesday 9 March – Marble Hill – A Garden of Grottos and Groves

Tuesday 16 March – William Kent: Garden Designer, Architect, Interior Designer

Tuesday 23 March – Vauxhall, Sex & Entertainment: The Invention of the Urban Pleasure Garden

Tuesday 30 March – Welsh Gardens and the Grand Tour

Tuesday 6 April – Follies: An Architectural Journey

Tuesday 13 April – The English Landscape Revolution

History of Gardens and Landscape Seminars, IHR

Free, book here

Thursday 11 March, 6pm PANEL DISCUSSION: Decolonising the Garden – Sui Searle (founder of @decolonise the garden) and Dr Jason Allen-Paisant (University of Leeds); Chair: Christine Lalumia

Thursday 25 March, 6pm: The Decolonising Kew Initiative – Mark Nesbit and Sonia Dhanda (Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew). History of Gardens and Landscape Seminar,

Warwickshire Gardens Trust

Recent Archeological Discoveries at Stowe –
Dr Stephen Wass

Wednesday 17th March 2021, 5 00pm – 6 30pm  £4-£5,
link to book and further information here

Thursday 15 April, 5pm: The story of Britain’s three tree cathedrals. Speaker: Camilla Allen, University of Sheffield, who is doing a PhD on ‘The life and work of Richard St. Barbe Baker, founder of the Men of the Trees’, one of the world’s greatest foresters, environmentalists and conservationists of the 20th century. https://radicalsylviculture.com/

£4 members, £5 non-members; register here

24th April – Is It All Over for the Fiddle Leaf Fig? Fads and Fashions in Houseplants – Dr Catherine Horwood

Essex Gardens Trust in association with TGT, £5

Saturday 20 March, 10.30am: Ian Hamilton Finlay’s ‘Improvement Garden’ at Stockwood Park, Luton.  Book here

Bucks Gardens Trust

Sunday 28 March, 2.30pm: The Gardens and Estates of the Caetani at Ninfa and Sermoneta, Italy – Sarah Gray, Curator and Bucks GT Council Member.

Donations to Bucks Gardens Trust: Sort code 30-96-54; Account 00912179; Payee Reference: Event, initial and surname. Details: https://bucksgardenstrust.org.uk/event/the-gardens-and-estates-of-the-caetani-at-ninfa-and-sermoneta-italy/; Register by contacting Rosemary Jury by Thursday 25 March for zoom link: events@bucksgardenstrust.org.uk

The Gardens Trust

Monday 29 March, 2pm: ‘Why are we here?’: planning site visits to historic parks and gardens – Twigs Way, Garden Historian looks at how and why we might plan site visits when researching an historic park or garden. TGT, Free: Book here

New series of  Unforgettable Gardens, starting with a trip to France, to Monet’s Garden, to set the mood for some fabulous gardens of our own, with a bit of an international flavour.

This ticket costs £16 for the entire course of 4 sessions or you may purchase a ticket for individual sessions, costing £5 via the links below. Attendees will be sent a Zoom link 2 days prior to the start of the talk. A link to the recorded session (available for 1 week) will be sent shortly afterwards.

Monet’s Garden: Wednesday 10th March, 7 00pm

The Swiss Garden: Wednesday 17th March, 7 00pm

Plaz Metaxu : Wednesday 24th March, 7 00pm

Heale Garden: Wednesday 31st March, 7 00pm

Berkshire Gardens Trust

Friday 16 April, 2pm: Public Parks: The Paradise of Victorian Innovation, Decay, Renaissance, and the Vandals at the Door by David Lambert.

Register here