Alan Titchmarsh and Beth Chatto to headline discussion at the Garden Museum

Television gardener Alan Titchmarsh will join Beth Chatto for an evening of discussion at the Garden Museum on 15 April.

Beth Chatto will share stories about her life and work during the event, which marks the end of a retrospective exhibition at the Garden Museum in south London.

"I first met Beth in the 1970s and quickly learned that she was not only a fine and knowledgeable gardener, but also tremendous company," said Alan Titchmarsh.
"Of all the gardeners I know, it is for her that I feel the deepest respect and the greatest affection."

The exhibition launched the opening of the new-look Garden Museum last year, which has been revamped to better display its collections.

Tickets are available to Friends of the Museum and their guests.


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