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I joined the Hyde Hall team as an untrained assistant gardener in 1992, was promoted to Garden Superintendent in April 2005 and then to Curator in June 2006. Over the years I have been lucky enough to play a lead role in many of Hyde Hall’s landmark projects including setting out the Farmhouse Garden, the redevelopment of the Queen Mother’s Garden, and the creation of the Millennium Avenue and Wild Wood. Most recently I helped to co-design the new Robinson Garden which was opened in 2007.
Really satisfying to see young people enjoying the...
Posted by Ian LeGros
30 May 2011
On display during half term week are this year's entries for the Budding Gardeners.
All designed by local school children, these mini 1m x 1m gardens are packed full of inspirational ideas.
Be sure to vote for your favourite!
Tomato Mad said:
Really satisfying to see young people enjoying the garden,
so much can be achieved when they are inspired keep up the good work
on 30 May 2011 at 07:34 PM