Ex­clu­sive Gar­den­ers’ World Mag­a­zine reader events with Alan Titch­marsh & Adam Frost

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PLUS High­grove’s Head Gar­dener, Debs Good­e­nough, will make a rare ap­pear­ance and speak with all groups on these two ex­clu­sive days about life be­hind the scenes and what it’s like to man­age the pri­vate gar­dens of HRH The Prince of Wales FRI­DAY 12 APRIL 2019 ✿ Speaker Alan Titch­marsh ‘The friendly gar­dener – how to gar­den with a clear con­science’ Lunch £145pp or Af­ter­noon Tea £115

Alan Titch­marsh de­scribes him­self as a friendly gar­dener, and that friend­ship ex­tends to all wildlife – birds, bees and but­ter­flies, wild flow­ers and even what many oth­ers would re­gard as weeds. Us­ing or­ganic meth­ods of gar­den­ing for over 25 years, Alan’s gar­den caters for all these

dif­fer­ent in­hab­i­tants as well as pro­vid­ing a sanc­tu­ary for the owner. In this talk, Alan shares some of the se­crets to hav­ing a won­der­ful gar­den with­out im­pact­ing neg­a­tively on the wider en­vi­ron­ment, so help­ing to keep your gar­den­ing con­science clear.

SATUR­DAY 13 APRIL 2019 ✿ Speaker Adam Frost ‘Cre­at­ing my gar­den’ Lunch £145pp or Af­ter­noon Tea £115pp

In his ex­clu­sive talk, award-win­ning gar­den de­signer and Gar­den­ers’ World pre­sen­ter Adam Frost shares the

key steps he takes in de­sign­ing any space and how he has used these to re­design his own gar­den in Lin­colnshire, as fea­tured on Gar­den­ers’ World. He will re­veal his sources of in­spi­ra­tion and ex­plain how he utilised el­e­ments of his seven Chelsea gold-medal­win­ning gar­dens. Weav­ing in the story of how he came from a parks depart­ment ap­pren­tice­ship, to work­ing for Ge­off Hamil­ton, and then set­ting up his own de­sign stu­dio, Adam’s talk will give a per­sonal snap­shot of his home, life and ap­proach to de­sign. He will also share fu­ture plans for his own gar­den.

FREE HIGH­GROVE GOODY BAG ON FRI­DAY & SATUR­DAY SES­SIONS ONLY

Alan Titch­marsh

Adam Frost

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