Fredericksburg Castle Gardnes – Parterre de Broderie Photo: Freepenguin – Wikpedia Fredericksburg Castle Gardens, Denmark During the last 5-7 years the plants in the parterre have succumbed to nematodes, which are tiny, but in this case very harmful worms that feed off the roots of the plants. The Agency for Culture and Palaces has over […]
The European Boxwood & Topiary Society
The European Boxwood and Topiary Society (EBTS) is devoted to encouraging the appreciation, cultivation and knowledge of Boxwood and Topiary and to further extend both historic and scientific research in the subject.
Our aims are to encourage, improve and extend the cultivation of boxwood and to disseminate knowledge of boxwood and topiary, in all its forms, by means of publications, promotions, exhibitions, scientific research, European co-operation and exchange, conferences and visits, various meetings and other appropriate activities.
We are a European body with active membership in the UK, France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. Further relationships in Italy, Portugal and Spain are currently being developed. Each country is responsible for running its own organisation within the overall framework of our Vision and Aims. A longstanding and very strong relationship with The American Boxwood Society (ABS) in Virginia, USA has been in existence for many years and which we value greatly.
Our members comprise garden historians, writers, garden designers, scientists, nurserymen, great garden owners and professionals, as well as the many fine amateur gardeners who are the backbone of the whole culture of gardens.
We are a “not for profit” organisation with members paying an annual fee to their own respective country organisations.
Our annual flagship magazine is called Topiarius and is issued to all members in Europe.
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