Saturday 25 January 1997
The University of Oxford Botanic Garden has arranged a series of winter lectures, beginning this month when the photographer Andrew Lawson will talk on "The Gardener's Palette". For his lecture, on Thursday 30 January, Mr Lawson draws on the theme of his best-selling book, The Gardener's Book of Colour (Frances Lincoln, pounds 25). There are five lectures in the series, including the brilliant Helen Dillon talking on garden artistry. All lectures start at 8pm and will be held in the Garden Quad Auditorium, St John's College, Oxford. Tickets cost pounds 6 for a single lecture or pounds 25 for all five. Contact Louise Allen, University of Oxford Botanic Garden, Rose Lane, Oxford OX1 4AX (01865 276920).
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