Creating Movement Whilst Frozen Still
A talk by Ben Pope. Attend in person in Cobham or via Zoom.
A seasonal talk looking at the winter garden and how to achieve movement and interest during the cold months. The talk begins by looking at what gives a garden structure, interest and movement during winter, whilst exploring how to develop it. It then moves onto identify plants that are of interest during the winter months, detailing any specific cultural needs or aesthetic uses.
Alongside his role as Head Gardener at a private garden in West Sussex, Ben enjoys lecturing at the Chelsea Physic Garden for The English Gardening School and West Dean College of Art and Conservation. He has recently gained the RHS Master of Horticulture and is a member of the RHS Herbaceous Committee. He also regularly writes for Gardens Illustrated and other publications, as well as delivering talks to gardening clubs and organisations such as Gardens Masterclass and The Society of Garden Designers.
The evening will include a plant sale of both common, rare and unusual plants grown by Surrey Group Members, a raffle and the opportunity to enter the 'Flower of the Meeting Competition'.
Doors open 7:00pm talk starts 7:30pm
Refreshments will be available.
If you are unable to join us physically in Cobham but would like to join us this talk will be given via Zoom. An invitation will be sent out to all Surrey Group Members for whom we hold an email address a few days before the talk. If you are not a Surrey Group Member, but would like to join us for the talk, it is available for free to all Plant Heritage members and a suggested donation of £5 to the Surrey Group for non-members.
If you would like to join us via Zoom or would like some further information please contact us at email@example.com
|Event Start Date||10 November 2022 7.00pm|
|Event End Date||10 November 2022 9.30pm|
|Cost||Free to Plant Heritage Members £5 suggested donation to non-members|
Zoom or at St. Andrew's Church Hall, Churchgate House, Downside Road
|Event Contact||David Ford|