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Wildlife Gardening in a Landscape Garden

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When Richard Todd became Head Gardener at this famous National Trust property, he was able to begin a programme of more wildlife friendly gardening. Older visitors will remember how the acres of beautiful but rather dull lawns became wildflower meadows. A system of mosaic mowing has increased the variety of flowers and all the insects which depend on them. Come and find out what else Richard Todd has done to encourage all kinds of wildlife and to educate the next generation of children. He is the wildlife gardening advisor to other National Trust gardens.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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