‘When I envisage the Mediterranean, it is a tumble of silver olive trees, languid agave with their spears reaching into that bluer than blue sky which mirrors the endless blue of the sea, the gentle tonk tonk of goat bells and the scent of wild thyme on the air. It’s all about the light – searing, almost surreal in its brilliance – and the sparkling clear waters as well as dramatic landscapes, changing from island to island’.
Stunning landscapes, gardens and islands will provide the visual element of Trisha’s talk on landscape and design and plants of the Mediterranean. An active member of the Australian Garden History Society, and Mediterranean Garden Society, Trisha leads tours to favourite destinations. She has written a number of books and is currently writing one for the National Library of Australia.
When: Thursday 2 May at 6 for 6.30 pm
Where: Mueller Hall, National Herbarium
Cost: Friends $20 Non-Members $25, Students and Pensioners $10
Refreshments will be served before the talk
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