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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.)

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.

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.

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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