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This lecture for the Australian Garden History Society explored gardens of the Impressionists from three continents – Europe, North America and Australia - enjoying the essentially similar pleasures of the garden but engaging with the light from their skies in order to create very different sensations.
The Alnwick Garden showcases traditional and cutting edge designs. Green leaves serve many potent functions who would have thought of lettuces and Traveller’s Joy as harbingers of dangerous intoxication. Fenced, walled and gated, lies The Poison Garden where I devised a fatal attraction of plants.
As a starter ... in the words of Virgil 'Had I a hundred tongues, a hundred mouths,
A voice of iron, I could not count the types
Of fool, nor yet enumerate the names
Of every kind of folly.'
The Impressionist Garden and arguably the most famous. Available on Livestream