'The Remarkable Miss. Jekyll' by Cherrill Sands

A talk about the work of Gertrude Jekyll (1843 -1932)

Gertrude Jekyll is known primarily today as a garden designer and plantswoman, though she was also a talented artist and photographer. As a key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement, Miss Jekyll also created designs for embroidery, jewellery, ceramics and wallpaper. This talk explores her designs, planting plans, some surviving gardens and her working partnership with Edwin Lutyens.

In the event that we are unable to meet at Cobham this event will take place online via Zoom.  Full details of how to join online will be released nearer the time.

Event Start Date 11 March 2021 7.00pm
Event End Date 11 March 2021 9.45pm
Cost £4 for non-members
Event Location St. Andrew's Church Hall, Churchgate House, Downside Bridge Road
KT11 3EJ
Event Contact David Ford
Contact surreyph@gmail.com

Upton Grey - Hot Border

© Cherrill Sands

Conserving the diversity of garden plants

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