Garden Museum's Autumn programme includes talks on Dutch designers and plants in South Africa

The Garden Museum has announced its programme of events and exhibitions for Autumn, which includes talks from leading botanists and gardeners.

The next exhibition – Going Dutch – will open on 5 October and focus on the careers of Dutch designers Henk Gerritsen and Piet Outdolf and how they have influenced contemporary designers.

A number of talks will be held throughout the season including: Professor Braam Van Wyk discussing plants in South Africa’s Highveld on 28 September, Hugh Johnson discussing his experience with trees on 12 October, Arabella Lennox-Boyd discussing her career on 17 November, and many more.

There will be a day long symposium on 1 November – Bulbs not Bollards – on the use of bulbs in planting schemes, with speakers such as Matthew Wilson, Noel Kingsbury and the Eden project’s Jane Knight.

For a full listing of events and to book tickets online visit www.gardenmuseum.eventbrite.com or call 020 7401 8865

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