Gardening: Cuttings: Jekyll in Sussex

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The Independent Online
An exhibition of early works by Gertrude Jekyll celebrating the 150th anniversary of her birth opens on 18 May at Pashley Manor, Ticehurst, East Sussex. The owners have brought the garden back to life over the last 12 years and though 1,000 trees were lost in the great gale of 1987, 5,000 more have been planted. The house is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (11am-5pm); admission pounds 2.50. Entrance to the exhibition, open until 10 June, is an extra pounds 1.

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