Library Talk – Wild Flower Areas At Osborne


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Talk by Toby Beasley

Toby is the Head Gardener at Osborne House. 97% of wildflower meadows have been lost since the Second World War but at Osborne they have been actively improving their wildflower areas for the last 25 years. This talk is an insight into the varied wildflower areas of the Osborne estate from the wildflower meadows in front of the terraces, to the woodland rides and touching on the beach foreshore. Toby will cover the management of these areas with the intention of improving wildflower diversity and also look at some of the special wildflowers we have at Osborne.

Talk begins 10:30 a.m.   Cost: £5 (to include coffee and biscuits)

Payment on the day but please ring Allison Rogers on 01983 616634 to book your place,  email: allisonr@friendsofosborne.org or complete the Booking Form below.

The room in which the talks are given holds a maximum of 20 people so please make sure you book as we cannot guarantee there will be a space if you just turn up on the day.

  The sitting room and library are open every Thursday from 10.00 to 12.00. 

Booking Form

£5 per person is payable on the day
Members are required to show their membership card at the English Heritage entrance. A list of guest names will be given to English Heritage to facilitate their free entry.
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