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Guest Speakers; Robin Whalley
David Joyce
Roddy Llewellyn
Meet the Experts
16th and 17th Century Knot and Emblem gardens
The origins of Topiary
30 Years of Gardening

Garden Visits

Birt Morton

A delightful medieval moated Hall, with fine large topiary architectural forms, and a beautifully maintained formal walled garden.

Lance Hattatt Garden
A two acre modern folly garden attached to a small cottage and laid out with a hurdy gurdy of surprises and small garden rooms; twisting paths, rills, fountains, hidden connections, and concealed surprises.

Hampton Court ( the other)
An ambitious recreation of the grand 17th Century gardens once laid out here. Victorian rock gardens with their waterfalls, and an underground tunnel from the rock garden leading to the tower in the middle of the newly planted yew maze, suggested a Victorian designer handing himself over to fun and fantasy, and total artifice.

The evening event included a banquet in the medieval hall at Hellens with its enormous 13th century fireplace where Richard the Lionheart is said to have dined and ended with a candllit piano recital.
Garden of the Month
Clipsham a hidden gem
Topiarius MagazineLandscape Solutions Design Associates
  Science Update

Pest Control in Boxwood
A report by EBTS in 1997 on work on a new project.
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