Japanese barberry - on the march
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Lectures and book signing

A little flurry of events coming up...

20 March (USA)
Kaleidoscope of Color Garden Show
Homestead Gardens, Davidsonville, MD
12pm New Perennials - lecture
I’ll be presenting my look at new (and one or two undiscovered) perennials.
Also featuring at the show: Katy Moss Warner, President Emeritus of the American Horticultural Society

20 March (USA)
The Orchid Show
New York Botanical Garden (latest updated details)
My wife judywhite will be signing copies of her new book, Bloom-Again Orchids and demonstrating orchid care
2.00-3.30 pm Book signing, Q&A and potting demonstration in the Shop in the Garden
3.30-4.30pm Repotting orchids demonstration, Q&A  and book signing in the Green School outside the Enid Haupt Conservatory alongside The Orchid Show. judywhite will be appearing in conjunction with the NYBG's Annual Orchid Show.

21 March (USA)
Kaleidoscope of Color Garden Show
Homestead Gardens, Davidsonville, MD
3.15pm New Perennials lecture
A second chance to see my presentation on new (and one or two undiscovered) perennials
Also featuring at the show: Katy Moss Warner, President Emeritus of the American Horticultural Society

April 16 (UK)
Hardy Plant Society (Staffordshire Group)
Little Haywood Village Hall, Little Haywood, Stafford,
7.30pm Hellebores and Friends - lecture
I’ll be talking about and showing hellebores old and new and plants to grow with them in the garden.

Like to book us to speak at your event? Email Graham or email judy.

Note to burglars: Yes, we’re both away for the weekend of 20/21 March – but you won’t want to mess with our cat sitters! And the cats can give you a nasty glare - so be warned.

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Martyn Cox

Love your note to burglars. lol

Graham Rice

The cats themselves will give them a nasty glare!

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