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Friday, March 23, 2012

‘Beyond The Garden Gate’

Flyers are now available from libraries, visitor information centres and public places
for Moffat Book Events Beyond The Garden Gate, a celebration of books, gardens and
gardening taking place on May 26th and 27th 2012.

Stars to appear at the weekend-long festival are:
• gardening doyenne Anna Pavord, author of best-selling The Tulip; The Flowering
Year; Anna Pavord's Gardening Companion; Hidcote; The Border Book; The New
Kitchen Garden; Plant Partners and most recently The Curious Gardener.
• international garden photographer and writer Jennifer Gough-Cooper, who will
be discussing her latest book ‘Origins’, and her long term working partnerships
with Scottish artists Richard Demarco and Ian Hamilton Finlay
• Richard Wheeler, renowned National Trust garden history specialist
• Janet Wheatcroft of world-famous Moffat garden Craigieburn
If you’re tempted to spend a delightful weekend exploring Beyond the Garden Gate
then please visit Tickets are available soon from Moffat
Garden Centre and Moffat Books, or email .

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