The Gardener's Palette: Jo Thompson
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Color in the garden can set the mood at a quick glance. As one of the UK's leading garden designers, Jo Thompson knows how to create harmony in the garden through color-selecting options that pair well and enhance the overall palette. Winner of four Gold and five Silver Gilt medals at the Chelsea Flower Show, as well as the coveted People's Choice Award at the first Royal Horticultural Society Chatsworth Flower Show, Thompson joins us to share an entirely new way for gardeners to confidently incorporate color into their homes. She will provide insight and share captivating visuals from her newest book, The Gardener's Palette, published in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society, which features 100 evocative and fresh palettes, paired with images of her own and other designers' work, and a helpful breakdown of the exact plants used in each design, allowing gardeners to successfully re-create these stunning gardens.
Thompson's current design projects include the regeneration of the historic walled gardens at Water Lane in Kent, the planting surrounding a 16th-century house in Sussex, a roof garden in Rome, and a naturalistic garden in Connecticut; recent restoration projects include the planting strategy at Highgate Cemetery in London with Gustafson Porter + Bowman, as well as a secret garden in Venice.
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