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Tom and Sue Stuart-Smith's courtyard garden with Genista aetnensis, Euphorbia seguieriana subs. niciana, and Salvia nemorosa 'Amethyst'
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Reader offer: ten per cent off tickets to the National Garden Scheme Annual Lecture 2020

Published: October 7, 2020 at 12:47 pm

As media partner, Gardens Illustrated is delighted to offer readers ten per cent off the price of tickets to the NGS Annual Lecture 2020 with Tom and Sue Stuart-Smith. Photo Andrew Lawson

The National Garden Scheme's Annual Lecture will take place on November 11 2020 at 7pm as a live stream. Hosted by Tom and Sue Stuart-Smith, this year's lecture, entitled Gardens Are For People, will focus on the two key figures in garden design and psychotherapy, weaving together the fascinating story of their garden, family and their working lives.


Gardens Illustrated is delighted to offer readers ten per cent off the price of a ticket with an exclusive code.


NOTE: this is a live streamed event and will not be available after the stream date and time.

To book tickets, head to the National Garden Scheme website. Each ticket purchase comes with a free digital copy of Gardens Illustrated.

Gardens Illustrated is also offering a competition for one pair of tickets to the lecture. Enter the competition here.

NGS Annual Lecture with Tom and Sue Stuart Smith

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Tom and Sue Stuart-Smith are one of the most internationally distinguished and influential couples in the world of gardens and horticulture. Tom has long been a universally renowned garden designer with public and private commissions worldwide and a string of gold-medal winning gardens at Chelsea Flower Show. Sue has used her career as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist as the basis for her interest in the benefits of gardens for people’s mental and physical health and wellbeing which in 2020 she channelled into one of the most acclaimed garden books for many years, The Well Gardened Mind.


For both, a major source of inspiration for their careers has been the garden they have created together through their married life at The Barn in Hertfordshire.

Book now for the National Garden Scheme's Annual Lecture


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