06.05.18

Repton and Late Georgian Society

On Sundays 2-5pm at The Orangery, Saling Grove, Great Saling, Essex. Exhibition about Repton travels across the country for clients and friends; from The Portland Whigs to Prime Minster William Pitt; from the Prince of Wales to Duke of Bedford; from theoretical challenges to his landscape designs to Jane Austen. Free Entry

05.08.18

Northern Ireland Gardens Study Tour

Until recent years Northern Ireland has not been seen as popular destination for garden visiting despite having some of the most interesting in the UK. To remedy this two of our enthusiastic... continue

10.08.18

Celebrating Humphry Repton

Celebrating Humphry Repton Ashridge House Friday 10th and Saturday 11th August 2018 A two- day conference based at Ashridge, Hertfordshire to cast new light on the life and works of Humphry Repton... continue

18.08.18

On the Spot

This day course led by Judy Tarling will examine Repton’s place in garden history, get to know him as a man and look at his relationship with his clients and other landscape gardeners of the 18th century. Benslow Music, Hitchin. Cost £75

31.08.18

The Garden Trust Annual Conference 2018

THE GARDENS TRUST’S ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018 Our Conference this year will take place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd September and be based at two separate but nearby venues in Birmingham’s... continue

01.09.18

International Garden Photographer of the Year

The International Garden Photographer of the Year, the world’s premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography, returns again to Sheringham Park. Showcasing brand new images from all over the world including, as part of his 200 year anniversary, a section on Humphry Repton landscapes.

03.09.18

Celebrating Humphry Repton

Join Rienzi’s curatorial assistant Misty Flores in an exploration of the great English landscape architect Humphry Repton (1752-1818) as we remember him on the bicentenary of his death at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. All Labor Day events are included in the one-time $10 admission fee for non- MFAH members, $8 for MFAH members.

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