First up will be Dan Pearson, who will use examples from his new book Spirit: Garden Inspiration to illustrate what "spirit of place" means to him.
On 28 October, William Waterfield will talk about Le Clos du Peyronnet in Menton, which was started by his grandfather in 1915 and inspired his brother Giles' classic novel, The Long Afternoon.
Tom Stuart-Smith will talk on "What is a 'dream garden'?" on 11 November.
Ecology professor John Rodwell — with religious education and environment chairman Diana Lazenby and museum director Christopher Woodward — will discuss ideas about landscape and memory on 17 November.
On 25 November, writers Mary Keen and Adam Nicolson will explore "otherworldliness" from a personal viewpoint.
For details, see www.gardenmuseum.org.uk/events.
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