Gertrude Jekyll: Art and Craft in Gardens
- What:Membership Events
- Where:SC, Hochhauser
Upon purchasing the Manor House in Upton Grey, Rosamund Wallinger was astounded to discover that the unkempt jungle of a garden had once been an Edwardian masterpiece designed by the renowned gardener Gertrude Jekyll.
What ensued was a painstaking restoration of the once great garden, returning it to its former glory. Join Rosamund as she puts Jekyll into the context of history, explaining her importance and enduring influence in the art and craft of gardening – an influence that is today admired throughout the world.
15.00 – 16.00 (talk); 16.00 – 16.30 (refreshments)
£12 (including tea and coffee)