This talk will take us through a year in Adrian’s small city garden in Belfast, which has been described by Shirley Lanigan in The Open Gardens of Ireland as ‘a veritable sea of plants’. The talk will demonstrate how by including a variety of plants and planting combinations year-round interest and colour can be ensured, even in a smaller space. Adrian Walsh is a member of the Northern Committee, Chair of the Friends of Belfast Botanic Gardens and a former winner of the UK-wide BBC Gardener Of The Year competition.

Date & Time: Wednesday 20th March at 7.30pm

Venue: The Old Court House, Market Square, Antrim, BT41 4AW

Members free, guests £5, students £3.

 

Image courtesy of Adrian Walsh