Gardening lectures and talks

Plants, gardens and seasons with Noel Kingsbury

Ref: GL6780

Suitable for all



With unpredictable weather in Britain and the added challenge of climate change, never has it been so important to understand how plants react to temperature and rainfall over the course of the year. You will learn how this knowledge can be applied to choose plants appropriate to their site and the effect you want to achieve. Discover basic plant physiology, global climate regions in relation to where our garden plants come from, and the varied range of plant features we can use to spice up our gardens: fresh spring leaves, seed heads, foliage, berries, stems etc. not forgetting flowers!


Noel Kingsbury

Dr Noel Kingsbury is a plantsman, designer, writer and lecturer. He has a PhD from Sheffield University where he has undertaken research on perennial plant selection. He used to run his own nursery near Bristol and now lives in Herefordshire with his partner Jo. He writes for various magazines and newspapers including Gardens Illustrated and has many books to his name.


Residential option available. Find out accommodation costs and how to book here.

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