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Snowdrops at East Lambrook Manor

The home of Margery Fish. Margery was one of the first Galanthophiles, the name given to people with a keen interest in the genus, and she amassed a significant collection which she grew in an area known as The Ditch.


GAP Photos/Jason Ingram - Owner: Mike Werkmeister

Feature No:   4746 

Qty of Images:    69 


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Today our collection consists of around 150 different species and cultivars, some of which were found here and named after the garden or previous owners such as Galanthus Lambrook Greensleeves and Galanthus Margery Fish and Walter Fish. Snowdrops are to be found growing around the garden with the bulk of them in The Ditch and the Woodland Garden. We also have a special raised snowdrop display bed so that visitors can see choice cultivars close up and there will be additional special displays of snowdrops in clay pots around the garden so visitors can appreciate the great diversity to be found in the genus, from the common to the more unusual ones with beautiful upturned petals or yellow in the flowers.



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