An Evening with Aaron Bertelsen

An Evening with Aaron Bertelsen
6 pm

Join the Horticultural Society for an evening with Aaron Bertelsen, author of The Great Dixter Cookbook and vegetable gardener and cook at Great Dixter House and Gardens, the family home of acclaimed garden writer Christopher Lloyd. Aaron will talk about his work at Great Dixter and share some tips and tricks for vegetable gardening and cooking. Aaron’s lecture is free and open to the public and will be held in DeBoest Lecture Hall. The lecture will be immediately followed by a reception in the Fesler Gallery. Tickets to the reception are $75.

 

An Evening with Aaron Bertelsen

Wednesday, September 26

6 pm – Lecture in DeBoest Lecture Hall, free and open to the public

7pm – Reception in Fesler, tickets are $75

September 26
DeBoest Lecture Hall
Lecture: Free
Reception: $75

Aaron B by AM portrait 1 col.jpgAaron Bertelsen studied Social Anthropology at the University of Otago before coming to England in 1996 to volunteer in the garden at Great Dixter. He subsequently studied for a Diploma in Horticulture at Kew Gardens, and spent two years at Jerusalem Botanical Gardens in Israel, where he is still a trustee. Aaron returned to Great Dixter in 2005 and became the vegetable gardener and cook in 2007. Aaron is regularly invited to speak about gardening at events worldwide. His first book The Great Dixter Cookbook is published by Phaidon and has received international acclaim since its publication in March 2017.