RBG Kew Winter Lecture Programme 2022

January 10th 2022

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Autumn Lecture Programme 2022 with all proceeds going to KMIS (Kew Mutual Improvement Society).

Tickets £3 (Special fundraisers £10)

Tickets available online and on the door

Please visit: www.kmis.org.uk

Lady Lisa Sainsbury Lecture Theatre
Jodrell Gate, Kew Gardens, TW9 3DS

(Upcoming) Winter Lecture Programme:

  • Monday 10th January 2022

In Pursuit of Historic Camellias from China to Europe

Geraldine King Estate Garden Manager, Chiswick House

  • Monday 17th January 2022

Kicking the Habit: Designing Without Topsoil

John Little Brownfield Gardener

  • Monday 24th January 2022

The Global Tree Assessment: A Framework for Saving all of the World’s Tree Species

Paul Smith Secretary General, Botanic Gardens Conservation International

  • Monday 7th February 2022

New Landscape Plants: Indulgence or Necessity in an Era of Climate Change?

Prof. James Hitchmough Professor of Horticultural Ecology

  • Monday 14th February 2022

Ecosia: How a Search Engine Planted 100 Million Trees

Pieter van Midwoud Chief Tree Planting Officer Ecosia

  • Monday 21st February 2022

Derek Jarman, Prospect Cottage and Me

Howard Sooley Photographer

  • Monday 28th February 2022

The Rev. Thomas Birch Freeman: Victorian Botanist and Plantsman

Advolly Richmond Garden, Landscape & Social Historian

  • Monday 7th March 2022

Urban Trees of Tomorrow

Dr Henrik Sjoman Senior researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Scientific Curator at Gothenburg Botanical Garden

  • Monday 14th March 2022

No Dig Gardening

Stephanie Hafferty No dig gardener