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Caroline Holmes

Garden historian, author and design consultant. She lectures for Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education, NADFAS and the Landmark Trust. She is a regular contributor to BBC television and radio and her books include: Monet at Giverny, Follies of Europe – architectural extravaganzas, Impressionists in their Gardens – Living Light & Colour, and in 2014, Herbs for Gourmet Gardeners for the RHS. Garden consultancies include the Royal Opera House’s New Production Campus for the Performing Arts and Notre-Dame-de-Calais.