Valuing our Historic Garden Heritage: Lotherton Hall’s Edwardian Gardens
This event, by Yorkshire Gardens Trust with Leeds City Council, will now be held on Wednesday 7th July 2021 at 10am.
Lotherton: a Garden in Time: The Wider World Context of the late 19th century – Leading Figures in Fashion in late 19th century Garden Design Mette Eggen, Landscape Architect, Historic Researcher and author of ‘The Edwardian Garden at Lotherton Hall’
Lotherton: a Garden in time: The Late 19th century and the Impact of the Discovery and Introduction of Hardy Plants from Asia on Gardens and Gardening John Grimshaw, Director of the Yorkshire Arboretum
Lotherton Gardens and Parkland: Creation and Layout 1898- 1949 – Frederick and Gwendolen Gascoigne at Lotherton Mette Eggen
Lotherton Gardens and Parkland: A Unique Edwardian Garden- recent developments Jane Furse, Landscape Architect, Historic Park and Garden Specialist
Challenges and Successes of historic garden restorationan inspirational story Chris Flynn, Head Gardener at Dyffryn, National Trust of Wales
Rebirth – the Economic case for Garden renovation and renewal Chris Flynn
Guided Visit to Lotherton’s Gardens and Parkland
Further details and booking form will be available here and on www.yorkshiregardenstrust.org.uk from 1st November 2020.