Sat, 16 Oct | Weobley Village Hall, The Hopelands

Stephen Anderton 'Gardening in the Black Mountains'

Join us for this talk on how Mediterranean plants can be grown at an altitude of 900ft on the side of the Black Mountains
Stephen Anderton 'Gardening in the Black Mountains'

Time & Location

16 Oct, 14:00 – 16:00
Weobley Village Hall, The Hopelands, 8 Gadbridge Rd, Weobley, Hereford HR4 8RZ, UK

About the Event

Stephen is an author, lecturer, broadcaster, garden correspondent for The Times and contributor to The English Garden. He was formerly a professional gardener and National Gardens Manager for English Heritage. He talks about his garden behind Monmouthshire's Sugarloaf Mountain, where, at 900ft in the teeth of the wind, plants from the Mediterranean and South Africa thrive. Sculptural hedges and green terracing lead to a moss garden of several acres.

There is a non-member cost of £6 for this event.

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