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You’re Invited: A Virtual Screening of ‘Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf’

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You’re Invited: A Virtual Screening of ‘Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf’

May 22, 2020

Two years ago, we were entranced by filmmaker Thomas Piper’s Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf. “For gardeners everywhere, the film is a tantalizing 75 minutes in which to lose yourself in one man’s vision and passion,” wrote our contributor Clare Coulson. (You can read her glowing review here.)

The filmmaker, with Oudolf, shot the film over the course of two years. Photograph by Adam Woodruff.
Above: The filmmaker, with Oudolf, shot the film over the course of two years. Photograph by Adam Woodruff.

The documentary made the festival rounds but never enjoyed a wide release. If you’re a Piet Oudolf fan and didn’t get to see the film, you’re in luck! We’ve partnered with Atlas Industries and Lindsey Taylor Design to sponsor a virtual screening of the inspiring movie this weekend. Starting at 12:00 EDT Saturday, May 23, through Monday, May 25, you’ll be able to stream Five Seasons for a discounted rate of just $5.

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Above: Photograph by Lindsey Taylor, who visited Oudolf’s garden at Hauser & Wirth on the Durslade Farm in Somerset last summer.

Then at 12:00 EDT on Tuesday, May 26, join a live discussion with Piper and landscape designer Patrick Cullina, who worked closely with Oudolf on the planting design for the High Line in New York City.

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Above: Oudolf’s private garden at Hummelo in the Netherlands.

All net proceeds will go to Fareground Community Kitchen, a nonprofit focused on anti-hunger work in the Hudson Valley region.

To buy a virtual ticket and learn more about the screening and live discussion, please click here.

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