Back to the regular feature again and this time you have to find National Trust properties so all are in the UK. This week it is a ‘house’ in the east of England.
Identify the plants below and take the first letter of the names and rearrange them to make the name of this property which has a garden and snowdrops.
As always, you need to use the botanical name of the genus, not a common name. This is because common names vary. But it is just the genus, nothing else:
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Professional gardener, author, writer, broadcaster and speaker living in Ireland. Just about to move into a new house and making a new garden. Since my teens I have wanted to grow everything and anything at least once! Keen biker too with beautiful bike. Has anything brought humankind more fun and pleasure than a garden and the internal combustion engine
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Peckover – Much help from The Head Gardener needed 🙂
Well done 🙂