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Our Meadow Features in the Telegraph

By Vanessa | August 16, 2014
Our meadow

Our Meadow Features in The Telegraph Telegraph Garden Writer, Ken Phillips used our meadow, including a beautiful photo, as an example of a traditional meadow as opposed to an annual meadow in this article, some of which is here…. “How meadows were lost in the long grass The popularity of the ‘annual meadow’ has led…

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Latest Moth Count

By Vanessa | August 10, 2014
White ermine moth

We manage Stillingfleet Garden as an environment for wildlife, so it is always very exciting when we are rewarded by plenty of wildlife. David Baker, who many of you have met at the Wildlife Day, is a moth expert and regularly sets his moth traps in the garden. He was very excited by the latest…

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Workshop Testimonials

By Vanessa | November 20, 2013

The following workshop testimonials are from individuals who have attended one of our many workshops. If you would like to add your comments then please use the form below. [framed_box rounded=”true”]”I wanted to send you a note to say how much I enjoyed the course last week.  I found Tony and Jane extremely knowledegable and…

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A Quintessential English Garden

By Vanessa | November 15, 2013
Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens

  Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens is a quintessential English garden located 6 miles south of York. It has is a series of small gardens surrounding a late 18th century farmhouse. Established 30 years ago, each garden is packed with texture and foliage, densely planted for ease of maintenance, based on cottage garden principles.

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