Hatfield garden history

22nd April 2005 at 01:00
"A Company of Pleasures: Garden Renaissance at Hatfield House" runs at the Museum of Garden History, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 until early next year. It links the Tudor and Stuart period to the vision of Lady Salisbury, who created Hatfield's magnificent Jacobean-style gardens over 30 years. The exhibition explores the influence of the Renaissance, the 16th and 17th century obsession with "new" plants and the complexity of formal garden design. Lady Salisbury will give a talk on the gardens on May 4, 6.30 for 7pm, tickets pound;10, pound;5 museum friends.

Tel: 020 7401 8865 www.museumgardenhistory.org

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