‘Killerton – Past, Present and Future’
Killerton, the eighteenth century National Trust house near Broadclyst , will be familiar to many of you. You may even have climbed the steep wooden hillside to the Iron Age fort, and enjoyed the rare trees, magnolias, rhododendrons and herbaceous borders.
The garden was created in the 1770s by the landscape gardener John Veith. Now years later, Kate Tuke, who is Head Gardener, will describe how the garden was first laid out and how it is being redeveloped today.
It should be a fascinating talk and will take place on Wednesday 18th April at 7.30pm at the Function Room.