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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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And in Wales we'll visit:

Bodnant Garden, plant-rich with a wonderful combination of natural beauty and formal charm (website)

Powis Castle and we'll learn of the garden's storied history over the centuries. (website)

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)




(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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