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An American Eden: the John Tradescants and North American plants in British gardens
Horticultural historian and author Jennifer Potter unravels the fascinating story of how North American plants reached British gardens, from Shakespeare’s time to the Restoration.
She sets the achievements of royal gardeners John Tradescant the elder and John Tradescant the younger in the context of their age.
This event took place on 14 September 2012.
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