Apply now for free garden biodiversity lecture
Applications are now being taken for the annual Knoll Gardens Foundation Community Lecture. Any local community organisations with an interest in gardens, conservation and wildlife can apply to host the free lecture which will be presented in 2020 by Neil Lucas, RHS Council member and Senior Judge, and the UK’s leading ornamental grass specialist.
The Community Lecture is one of a series of events run by the Knoll Gardens Foundation (KGF), the Wimborne-based horticultural charity. The charity offers practical advice and guidance on how to garden responsibly without sacrificing beauty.
It is easy to apply. Simply choose one of three lecture topics and complete a simple form (from the link blow). The lecture will be presented free of charge, to an organisation selected by KGF trustees.
Neil Lucas is in great demand as an entertaining and knowledgeable speaker. The owner of Knoll Gardens, he also holds ten Chelsea Gold Medals, is the author of the best-selling book ‘Designing with Grasses’ and has been a Council Member at the RHS since 2012.