Great British Gardens With Carol Klein

Series 2
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Series 2, Episode 4

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Carol visits the garden of a 16th-century manor house, Wollerton Old Hall Garden in Shropshire, a beautiful and intricate four-acre oasis in the English garden tradition. With its traditional craftsmanship, sympathetic architecture, elegant topiary and hedges, and deep borders, it looks like it's been here for 100 years.
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Series 2, Episode 3

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Carol Klein visits Bressingham Gardens, home of the aptly named Bloom family. They're a dynasty of Norfolk horticulturists who introduced British gardeners to a wealth of wonderful plants and devised a revolutionary way to display them. They shaped the way we garden today and have had an enormous influence on the plants we...
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Series 2, Episode 2

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This week, Carol visits the garden of Coton Manor, located in the peaceful Northamptonshire countryside. It was an inheritance that might have intimidated many. When Londoner Susie Pasley-Tyler's mother-in-law died in 1990, she suddenly found herself in charge of a 17th century manor and 10 acres of gardens, with almost no...
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Series 2, Episode 1

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Today, the gardens include huge tropical borders, intricate knot gardens, copious topiary, fantastical architecture, and theatrical water features - and all on a magnificent scale that attracts more than one hundred and eighty thousand visitors a year, drawn from all over the world.
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