Join woodland gardening expert and plant hunter Kenneth Cox, Exbury trustee Lionel de Rothschild and Head Gardener Thomas Clarke on an exclusive walk and talk on woodland gardening.
The tour will meander through Home Wood, taking in the beauty of Exbury’s magnificent woodland gardens and expertly-designed ponds. Followed by wine, canapes and a presentation on woodland gardens by Ken, with the chance for attendees to ask questions, and then a signing of Ken’s new book Woodland Gardens.
Attendees will be invited to enter the gardens through a separate entrance by the Five Arrows Gallery (parking available).
Tickets: £15 or £40 for a book and ticket combo. Click here to purchase.
Kenneth Cox is a 3rd generation nurseryman based at Glendoick in Scotland. Ken has carved out his particular niche in the world of plant-hunting in leading 9 expeditions to South and South-East Tibet and Arunachal Pradesh in India. He is Managing Director of the family firm Glendoick Gardens, Scotland which specialises in rhododendrons, azaleas and ericaceous plants. The Cox family at Glendoick has a long historical connection with the Rothschilds at Exbury, including seed swaps that helped to form the two outstanding woodland gardens. Glendoick specialises in rhododendrons and, just like Exbury, is
celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019.
Woodland Gardening is the latest book from renowned woodland expert Kenneth Cox and is a must-read guide for gardeners who enjoy working with nature in all her glory. As well as hundreds of full colour photographs documenting the best woodland gardens across the globe, you will also hear best practice ideas from the world’s best woodland gardeners.
Woodland Gardening covers the following topics: