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Join Rosie Lerner, Consumer Horticulturist and past Master Gardener State Coordinator and Horticulture Professor Mike Dana on an 13-day garden history study tour of Northern England and Wales
In England the gardens we'll explore include:
• Chatsworth, with its Brownian vistas, Italian Water, famous rockery and the glasshouse heritage of Joseph Paxton (website)
• Castle Howard, connecting late 17th C. English Baroque to the 18th C. Augustan & Serpentine periods (website)
• York Gate Garden, charming, intimate and contemporary (website)
• Biddulph Grange, known for its 19th C. Victorian eclectic charm (website)
• Elizabethan Garden at Kenilworth Castle, an authetic re-creation of Dudley's 1575 garden created especially for the Queen (website)
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To learn more from the program brochure, click on the York White Rose
To go directly to the ON-LINE REGISTRATION form, click on the Welsh Dragon
(The on-line registration form may be viewed, but it will not accept inputs until 1:30 pm EST, November 17, 2015)
REGISTRATION by TELEPHONE
(Telephone registrations will not be accepted until 1:30 pm EST, November 17, 2015)
To register by telephone, call (toll free) 888-EXT-INFO [398-4636], then ask to be transferred to: Horticulture & Landscape Architecture or call direct (toll charges apply) 765-494-1296
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