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Recordings Ornamental plants-webinar

Follow all the speaker’s interesting presentations during the all day webinar on this large and important topic in Garden Conservation!

The recordings from the Ornamental plants in Historic Gardens-webinar is now available. You may choose to see the whole webinar in one recording or the different parts in separate recordings. Speakers from The Netherlands, Canada, UK, Sweden and Germany gave all different perspectives on Ornamental plants, and these are:
Lenneke Berkhout, Dutch Garden Historian: ‘General intro to plant movement and introductions, the influence of the floristry movement.
Renske Ek, Garden Curator at Het Loo: ‘Reconstruction a historical garden, how to decide on period, plants and design.’
Mark Laird, University of Toronto: ’18th Century Landscape movement, a period of expansion or retraction?’
Dr David Marsh, Trustee of the Gardens Trust: ’19th Century plant breeders and nurserymen explore the planting palette.’
Maria Löfgren, University of Gothenburg: ‘The emergence of «tapetgrupper» in the Nordic countries.’
Alison Crook, National Trust: ‘Keeping track – plant records and how to manage them.’
Lucy Pitman, Plant Heritage: ‘Finding and saving endangered cultivars in the UK’.
Linnea Oskarsson, POM The Programme for Diversity of Cultivated Plants, Sweden: ‘Preserving perennials plants; setting up a national gene bank, re-introduction of plants in the market.’
Cassian Schmidt, Hermanshoff Gardens: ‘The New German Style: adapting to change – skills, standards and sustainability of historic garden planting.’

Videos webinar

Complete Ornamental plants-webinar

The complete recording from the all-day webinar on the topic Ornamental plants in Historic Gardens.

Complete Ornamental plants-webinar

The complete recording from the all-day webinar on the topic Ornamental plants in Historic Gardens.

Ornamental plants - Introduction

Welcome to the webinar by Kate Nicoll. An introduction to the fourth webinar in the series.

Ornamental plants - Introduction

Welcome to the webinar by Kate Nicoll. An introduction to the fourth webinar in the series.

General intro to plant movement and introductions

Lenneke Berkhout, Dutch Garden Historian: General intro to plant movement and introductions, the influence of the floristry movement.

General intro to plant movement and introductions

Lenneke Berkhout, Dutch Garden Historian: General intro to plant movement and introductions, the influence of the floristry movement.

Reconstructing a historical garden

Renske Ek, Garden Curator at Het Loo, Holland: Reconstructing a historical garden, how to decide on period, plants and design.

Reconstructing a historical garden

Renske Ek, Garden Curator at Het Loo, Holland: Reconstructing a historical garden, how to decide on period, plants and design.

Landscape movement

Mark Laird (University of Toronto): 18th Century Landscape movement, a period of expansion or retraction?

Landscape movement

Mark Laird (University of Toronto): 18th Century Landscape movement, a period of expansion or retraction?

19th Century plant breeders and nurserymen..

Dr. David Marsh, (Trustee of the Gardens Trust): 19th Century plant breeders and nurserymen explode the planting palette.

19th Century plant breeders and nurserymen..

Dr. David Marsh, (Trustee of the Gardens Trust): 19th Century plant breeders and nurserymen explode the planting palette.

The emergence of "tapetgrupper"..

Maria Löfgren (University of Gothenburg): The emergence of “tapetgrupper” in the Nordic countries.

The emergence of "tapetgrupper"..

Maria Löfgren (University of Gothenburg): The emergence of “tapetgrupper” in the Nordic countries.

Plant records

Alison Crook (National Trust): Keeping track – plant records and how to manage them.

Plant records

Alison Crook (National Trust): Keeping track – plant records and how to manage them.

Endangered cultivars

Lucy Pitman (Plant Heritage): finding and saving endangered cultivars in the UK.

Endangered cultivars

Lucy Pitman (Plant Heritage): finding and saving endangered cultivars in the UK.

Perennial plants and gene bank

Linnea Oskarsson (POM The Programme for Diversity of Cultivated Plants, Sweden): preserving perennial plants, setting up a national gene bank, re-introduction of plants in the market.

Perennial plants and gene bank

Linnea Oskarsson (POM The Programme for Diversity of Cultivated Plants, Sweden): preserving perennial plants, setting up a national gene bank, re-introduction of plants in the market.

Adapting to change, sustainability

Cassian Schmidt, Hermanshoff Gardens: The New German Style: adapting to change – skills, standards and sustainability of historic garden planting.

Adapting to change, sustainability

Cassian Schmidt, Hermanshoff Gardens: The New German Style: adapting to change – skills, standards and sustainability of historic garden planting.

Contributors

Kate Nicoll is the workshop coordinator in the Craft Skills for Garden Conservation project, and in that way, more or less involved in all project activities.