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Give up your time to help save manor’s historic garden

Head Gardener of Sulgrave Manor, Sue McNally and the diseased hedging which needs clearing from the rose garden

Head Gardener of Sulgrave Manor, Sue McNally and the diseased hedging which needs clearing from the rose garden

A gardener at Sulgrave Manor is looking for people to help remove plants and hedgerows from a rose garden that has been infected with a fungal disease.

Sue McNally, pictured, said the 90-year-old garden has sadly succumbed to box blight (cylindrocladium buxicola) which means the plants have to be destroyed to stop it spreading. A clean up day will take place at the manor from 11am on Tuesday, February 11 and anyone can turn up on the day to help out. For more information, call 01295 760205 or e-mail sue.mcnally@sulgravemanor.org.uk

 

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