The Gardens Trust

The Tudor Garden

An 8-part online lecture series, once a week on Thursday mornings at 10 am with Jill Francis & David Marsh.  Tickets £40.  Booking here

Final lecture: 25th February – The Tudor Gardens in Literature and Art – Jill & Davi

Unforgettable Gardens

A 4-part online series, which will explore the personal visions of four creators of some of our Unforgettable Gardens: Sir Frank Crisp at Friar ParkIan Hamilton Finlay at Little SpartaCharles Hamilton at Painshill Park and William Aislabie at Studley Royal. Weds @ 7 starting Feb 3rd.

This ticket costs £16 for the entire course of 4 sessions or you may purchase a ticket for individual sessions, costing £5. To book click here.

Week 4. 24th Feb: William Aislabie at Studley Royal (continued) with Mark Newman

London Gardens Trust & The Gardens Trust (TGT)

Lectures for the New Year

Mondays 6 – 7pm. Season tickets for 12 lectures: £40/£60 Tickets for individual lectures: £4 for Gardens Trust/all County Gardens Trusts members, £6 for non-members

8th March – Dinosaurs, Italian Terraces and Future Sustainability: Crystal Palace Park – Kathryn Whitmore, Associate Landscape Architect, AECOM and others tbc
22nd March – What is Wild? – Dr Kim Wilkie, Landscape Architect

Booking:  http://thegardenstrust.org/event/winter-lecture-series-season-tickets/

London Gardens Trust events: https://londongardenstrust.org/whatson/talks/

England’s Post-war Designed Landscapes: Rediscovered and Revalued

A series of 8 online lectures by distinguished Landscape Architects

Fridays, 10 30am – 12 00pm. £36 for the series, or £5 each. Booking here

26th February – Post-war gardens: structure and the pretties, their recognition and care – Deborah Evans CMLI, IHBC

5th March – Late 20th century English university landscapes – Hal Moggridge OBE VMH PPLI RIBA FIHort

Surrey Gardens Trust in assoc. with The Gardens Trust (TGT)

Walled Kitchen Gardens, Glasshouses and Plants for the House

5 part lecture series, Saturdays, 2pm, £30 for the series, or £6 per lecture.  Booking here

20th March – A Short History of the Glasshouse Garden – Susan Campbell
10th April – Flowers for the House: The Story of the Cutting Garden – Dr Catherine Horwood