Harlow Carr: Past, present and future

Curator at the RHS Garden Harlow Carr Paul Cook speaks about the history of the garden and the plan for its future.

Harlow Carr roses

Date

3 February 2020

Time

6pm (please arrive by 5.45pm)

Refreshments from 5.15pm

Location

Lady Lisa Sainsbury Lecture Theatre, Kew Gardens

Entry via Jodrell Gate, on Kew Road

Price

£2.50 (cash only)

Tickets available to buy on the night

Tickets do not include entrance to the Gardens

Located in the Yorkshire countryside, RHS Garden Harlow Carr is a beautiful public garden with a variety of landscapes from woodland and wildflower meadows to an arboretum.

Join us to learn about the history of the garden and the plan for its future.

Curator at Harlow Carr Paul Cook will speak about the gardening styles and plantings that will shape its landscape.

After training at Kew, Paul worked at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, as Head Gardener at Arley Hall and Gardens in Cheshire, and Curator at Ness Botanic Gardens.

Kew Mutual Improvement Society

This talk is part of the Kew Mutual Improvement Society lecture series which has been running since 1871.

We curate and present a varied programme of public lectures, with no limits to the discussion topics within the realms of botany, conservation and horticulture – all for a remarkably low-cost ticket.

Find out more about the Kew Mutual Improvement Society

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