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Molly

RHS Interchange Fellow 2016-17

My aspiration as a landscape architect is to first and foremost be a gardener, who understands the rhythms of the natural world over time and how people can step into those rhythms in a meaningful way.

My goal during these 10 months in Britain is to explore how the natural world can be designed to create experiences which captivate the hearts and imaginations of people. I also what to immerse myself in the rich gardening heritage of Britain, while seeing the varied natural and cultural landscape throughout Britain and Europe. In addition to working at some of the leading horticultural institutions, I am eager to visit as many other botanical gardens, public gardens, nurseries, parks and landscapes as possible. I hope to build relationships with the people behind each of these places and learn how they forge connections between people and the nature. My dream job is to run a landscape design school situated in the midst of a garden, where students will be trained to bridge the gap between horticulture and design. I am excited to use every opportunity, whilst in the UK, to be a student in another country and actively reach towards my goal of training a future generation of designers who are gardeners at heart. 
 

Molly's posts and conversations

  • A tropical farewell

    After a productive time at Kew and Edinburgh, our intrepid fellow heads west into the sunset, h

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  • An exotic Scottish spring

    Springs comes twice for Molly as she heads for Scotland and the exotic plants at Edinburgh'

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  • A show-stopping start to summer

    Molly says goodbye to Scotland and heads south for the biggest event in the gardening calendar

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  • Flowering farewell

    A final month at Great Dixter packed with learning new skills and and soaking up the spring blo

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  • Spring cleaning the garden

    Frosty days of January seemed to melt away and February arrived at Great Dixter with sun and sh

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  • Digging for Dixter

    Learning from the garden’s winter framework in the magical and provocative garden of Grea

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  • Mediterranean December

    Escaping the cool Cornish weather for the Mediterranean and Rainforest biomes at the Eden Proje

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  • A Cornish paradise

    Experiencing Eden’s vision to connect people with plants in a dream coastal landscape

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  • Autumn in Sheffield

    Investigating ecology’s place in landscape architecture

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  • Show-stopping start in Surrey

    Molly Hendry arrives fresh from the US into the excitment of the Wisley Flower Show
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