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Tour: A 1,000 years of Norwegian horticulture

Viftebedet med sommerblomster i parken på NMBU. I bakgrunnen sees en kinapoppel, helt til høyre sees Urbygningen.
Photo: Håkon Sparre, NMBU
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  • Tuesday 4 June 2019
    17:00 - 18:00

  • Oslo

  • Free

Photo: Håkon Sparre, NMBU
Join landscape architects Karsten Jørgensen, Tore Edvard Bergaust and Annegreth Dietze-Schirdewahn on tours of a 1,000 years of Norwegian gardens and horticulture.

Norwegian gardens exist in the shadow of the large, traditional gardens and parks in other European countries. But why is this? Is it perhaps simply modesty that precludes Norwegian gardens being mentioned that much?

Come along on a tour and see with your own eyes how the Norwegian garden has changed.

The tours are part of the programme celebrating 100 years of Norwegian landscape architecture. Europe's first landscape architecture course was established at the former Norwegian Agricultural College (now NMBU) in Ås in 1919.

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Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige universitet (NMBU)

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