Special Lecture: Succession Planting in the Mixed Border at Great Dixter
There will be a special lecture on Tuesday April 18th in the Lecture Theatre at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Fergus Garrett, Head Gardener of the world-renowned Great Dixter House and Gardens will be joining us to share an evening of horticultural knowledge focusing on the magnificent Long Border of Great Dixter as an example of how to plan and put into practice a long season border using structural plants, underplanting and interplanting of bulbs, use of self-sowers, pockets of bedding, masking with climbers, and good maintenance.
This is a joint lecture organised by The Caley in partnership with the Friends of Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Admission £20 / £18 for members of The Caley/Friends of RBGE and Students.
Tickets go on sale from 1st February. To secure your place, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0131 552 5339 from 1st February onwards.