Thursday 9th June at The Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburg
Every other year The Tree Register organise a meeting and lecture to honour the memory of their Founder, Alan Mitchell. The Alan Mitchell Lecture is the centre-piece of the day, given by a distinguished speaker on a subject of likely appeal to members and of particular interest to Alan.
This year the lecture ‘New Trees’ will be held at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh (RBGE) and the speaker will be Dr. John Grimshaw, Director of the Yorkshire Arboretum at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire. John is a trained botanist and passionate gardener with wide interests in plants and horticulture in general. He sits on several RHS committees and has written books (including New Trees) and numerous magazine articles.
In addition the National Tree Collections of Scotland (NTCS) are organising a coach trip from Edinburgh to Dawyck Botanic Garden, Peebles on Friday 10th June, available to all Lecture Ticket Holders at an additional charge. Details will be supplied with Lecture tickets.
Book your tickets now!
It promises to be a very interesting and informative day.
Tickets for the event cost £15 for Members (£20 for non-members) on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
For tickets, or for further information about the lecture, garden tour, light refreshments and participation in the Silent Auction of rare plants, please phone: 01234 768884 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks to the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh and the National Tree Collections of Scotland for hosting this event.
For more information on The Tree Register visit their website by clicking here.