Are British gardens better than they ever were, or was there a golden age of great gardens that we can only fantasise about? Three writers choose a year when they think British gardens were at their best. Tania Compton argues for the here and now; George Plumptre conjures up the splendours of 1927 and Tim Richardson takes us to 1740. Join us for what is sure to be a lively debate!
Tickets £25 (standard) £20 (Friend) – book online