Simon Rickard Online - Late Summer: The Time of Dormancy

Thursday 31 March, 2022

RECORDING AVAILABLE UNTIL 31ST OF MARCH!

Late Summer - the time of dormancy

Next live session:
Thursday 28th JulyWinter - a time of growth

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Simon Rickard is renowned for his wisdom and passion for plants and gardens and was head gardener at the Diggers Club until 2009, overseeing one of Australian’s best-known gardens: Heronswood (since 1871) and its sister garden, the Garden of St Erth. These days, he runs a garden design, consultancy and coaching service. Simon leads international garden tours for Abercromie & Kent and Botanica World Discoveries, and he delivers lectures and workshops for international audiences for the Australian Landscape Conference. Simon has written two books, The New Ornamental Garden (2011) and Heirloom Vegetables - a guide to their history and varieties (2014).Further details as follows:

Thursday 17 March — Late Summer - the time of dormancy

  • Changing our expectations - Summer: a time of drought and dormancy
  • Approaches to summer gardens - let it go brown or try to maintain the green?
  • A look around Simon’s late summer garden examining some of the plants -  why he has chosen them, how he has combined them.

There's also a final masterclass session:

Thursday 28 July — Winter - a time of growth

  • Changing our expectations - Winter: a time of moisture and growth
  • Approaches to winter gardens - how to introduce colour and beauty
  • A look around Simon’s winter garden examining some of the plants -  why he has chosen them, how he has combined them.

 

You can see more of Simon's Garden:

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