We are very proud to have a gardener of Stephen’s caliber
Stephen Crisp, Head Gardener Winfield House (US Ambassador’s Residence in London) will be speaking exclusively for the London College of Garden Design next month to explain some of the best aftercare strategies for modern plantings in large gardens.
Director of Garden Design Studies Andrew Wilson said ‘Stephen has been at Winfield house in The Regent`s Park, for the past 25 Years. We are very proud to have a gardener of Stephen’s caliber who has enhanced and restored the extensive 12.5 acre garden with a designers eye but also with a practical approach informed by being a working craftsman in the art of horticulture.’
Winfield House garden is regularly described as being one of the best private gardens in central London displaying innovative vision in the care of this busy representational residence. In his presentation Stephen will discuss how he manages to achieve high standards of presentation and management of the landscape detail, with a limited staff and resources.
The talk is on 6th March 2012 at the Coach & Horses, 8 Kew Green TW9 3BH from 6.00pm to 8.00pm and tickets cost £30.
About the London College of Garden Design
The London College of Garden Design aims to offer the best professional garden design courses available in the UK. Launched in 2008 by three of the UK’s leading garden professionals, the London College of Garden Design one-year Garden Design Diploma classes take place in the Orangery conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Find out more at http://www.lcgd.org.uk/
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