Dan Pearson and the Tokachi Millennium Forest

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 28th Sep 2020

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This is an online video event, please check the organiser for details about how to watch.

Twenty years ago, Dan Pearson was invited to make a garden at the 240-hectare Tokachi Millennium Forest in Hokkaido, Japan. By tuning into the physical and cultural essence of the place and applying a light touch in terms of cultivation, this world-class designer created a remarkable place which has its heart in Japan's long-held respect for nature and its head in contemporary ecological planting design.

Join him for a look at the creation of this garden and its ongoing evolution over the past two decades under the skilful custodianship of Midori Shintani and marvel at how together they have achieved such a harmonious interplay between garden and location.

This event will be run using streaming platform Microsoft Teams Live, and after registering, shortly before the event starts you will receive a unique link in advance to access the event online. For the best experience, we recommend you use the latest version of your operating system. If you wish to watch on a tablet or smartphone you will need to download and install the Microsoft Teams app which can be found for free on your device's relevant App store.

Cost: £5


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