Lecture Series - Forty Shades of Green: The Gardens of Ireland
March 30, 2021
If you are unable to attend the live session, do not worry - all those who register will automatically be sent copies of the lecture to view in your own time (from around four hours after it takes place).
Ireland has been particularly blessed by Mother Nature – the fertile soil, mild climate and generous rainfall has allowed Irish horticulture to put down particularly firm roots. As a noted writer once put it “Irish gardens, like Irish people, are a little wild. It’s the moisture in the air.” This fecundity, aided by the warmth provided by the Gulf Stream, has helped create some of the most exciting gardens to be found in Europe, Ranging from historic landscapes to wild ‘romantic’ valleys and some of the iconic gardens of the twentieth century, this pair of webinars will be an entertaining and colourful introduction.
Format for Lecture
Tom will give two one-hour illustrated lectures for £19.
You will not need to download any software and the lecture will work in any browser. For the best experience use a desktop or laptop - but it will also work on an iPad or similar tablet.
We hope you enjoy the lectures.
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