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What makes a good garden?

8pm Tuesday 5 December 2023

Teddington Society’s Horticultural Group is hosting its second evening talk at Teddington Constitutional Club. Please do join us at 8pm on Tuesday, 5 December to hear “What makes a good garden?” by our expert speaker Edward Flint.

Edward is both a hands-on gardener and has a background in tutoring/lecturing on gardens and gardening including for the English Gardening School.

He has been Head Gardener at a family garden on the Kent/Sussex borders for 25 years; he learnt his craft from the late Christopher Lloyd at Great Dixter, and from experience in France, Switzerland and elsewhere to develop a relaxed contemporary arts and crafts garden deeply rooted in the soil with a love of plants and place.

It promises to be an entertaining and informative evening.

Date/time: 8pm, Tuesday, 5 December 2023

Venue: Teddington Constitutional Club, 5 Stanley Road, Teddington TW11 8TP.

Duration: The function room will be open/accessible from 8pm to take your seat. The talk will start at 8.15pm and last about an hour, including time for questions.

Refreshments: There is a bar at the Constitutional Club where you will be able to purchase drinks before and after the talk.

Tickets are available in advance from TICKETSOURCE or on the door. Entrance fee £5 per adult. No cash please.


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