A Celebration of Garden Visiting: An Evening with Alan Titchmarsh and Friends at the Garden Museum
In support of our exhibition Garden Open Today: 300 Years of Garden Visiting the museum has asked its Trustee and Britain’s most influential gardener, Alan Titchmarsh, to chair a panel discussion. Alan will ask three famous gardeners to talk not about their gardens but about what they have gained from visiting other people’s gardens over the years. Why do famous gardeners open their gardens to the public? And which gardens do they go to when they want a shot of inspiration? This will be a great night to be inspired for the coming season!
Fergus Garret, head gardener and chief executive at Great Dixter has also agreed to speak.
Following the discussion, guests can stay for a special two-course meal and a glass of wine created by chef Sorrel Ferguson.
Tickets £35 / £25 Museum Friends
Dinner tickets £20
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