The Flowering of the Regency Garden

Dr Twigs Way
Friday 11 May 2018

From the late eighteenth century through into the Regency period, the flower garden and floral shrubbery made a resurgence with plants flooding in from Africa, Australia and America as well as influences from ‘Oriental Gardening’. Whilst William Chambers promoted China in England, and nurserymen created American ‘New England’ planting in Surrey, English style invaded France and a German Prince even recreated Sussex in Saxony. We will explore sites, people and plants!
10 am - 1 pm
Booking closed
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Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Garden History Talks
Classroom, 1 Brookside