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Hidcote goes to Chelsea

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Hidcote Manor Garden at Chelsea Flower Show

The Centenary of the Arts and Crafts style garden is being celebrated this year.

In 1907 the estate was purchased by Gertrude Winthrop and her son, Major Lawrence Johnston started to create the garden from scratch.

The anniversary is being celebrated with a Hidcote inspired garden at the Chelsea Flower Show which starts on May 22nd.

Hidcote Head Gardener Glyn Jones and his team will be building the garden which has been designed by TV gardener Chris Beardshaw.

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