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Ode to autumn: A Victorian garden is returned to its handsome roots
by Alys Fowler
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29 September 2018
On 29 September 2018 The Guardian reported:
How the naturalistic gardens at Gravetye Manor were restored with a vibrant nod to their past. Restoring a historic garden is always a challenge, particularly when that garden is now a hotel and restaurant. 'It's a balancing act,' [current head gardener Tom Coward] says, 'but it's about progressive conservation rather than preservation.' It's no easy feat, but Coward appears to have pulled it off: today, the garden feels vibrant ...
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