Friday, 29 June 2012

Events in July!

Have you experienced it?

In happiest times, time speed up...and so a Thursday post become a Friday one!!! :D
Eventually the weather is improving and plants are growing! J And everyday the gardens of the neighborhood show new delights!
If you are not blessed with so much creative neighbors, just take a look of this month agenda of London and surrounding! There are plenty of events where fill your eyes and learn news skills!
Tiax /

2nd - Hurray!!!! Eventually RHS Lindley library reopens!!! :D Whether you are keen gardener, a famous garden designer or a plant is an event to celebrate!
3rd to 8th -  Nostalgia of Chelsea?  HamptonCourt Palace Flower is back in its own wonderful venue! I cheer for Matthew Childs and his 'Light at the end of the tunnel' concept garden, based on his own experience of being injured in the 7 July 2005 bombing at Edgware Road station.

7th and 8th - Belvedere Tower Opening at Claremont Landscape garden.
9th - 'Medicinal herbs' at Loseley Park (Talk and Guided Tour).

14th - Luciano Giubbilei (free!!!) talk on Contemporary Garden Design at Wisley Plant centre.

15th -  Sabatino Urzo free talk on Mediterranean Flora at Wisley Plant centre. (Yes..they are both Italians...J

16th to 20th - Time to learn something new, or improve your own skills with the 'Aspects of botanical illustration' course at KEW.

17th - Inauguration of the 'Plant Seekers exhibition' at Garden Museum.

21st - Yuppie! Another great event: London Permaculture Festival at Regent Park. If you do not know what this strange word means ... today is the perfect day to find it out! :D

21st until 31th of August - Childs admitted free at RHS partner gardens. The right moment to show something different to your precious little one(s) and learn together something new!
During all the month: David Nash exhibition at KEW and North american landscape exhibition at the British Museum.

And last but not least... Don’t forget to check your Yellow Book of Gardens Open for Charity or its website for even more inspiring places to visit all around UK! J
As you can see, even if it is just a selection,  there is plenty of choice for every taste! Have you already plan your agenda of July? Where are you going? :)

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