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Friday 5 May 2017

Apple Tree Arches

If you've visited our Walled Garden recently, you've probably noticed a new addition! As part of the ongoing horticultural development in the Walled Garden, an 80m apple arch tunnel has been built along the west east central path and apple and pear trees will be planted to train over the arches this coming autumn/winter.

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Apple Tree Arches

Wednesday 12 April 2017

Guest Blog – Ronny Nicholas

Garden Volunteer Ronny Nicholas talks about the unexpected skills you learn as a garden volunteer, widening garden paths, toiling beside our garden apprentices and vacancies for cats!

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Guest Blog – Ronny Nicholas

Friday 17 March 2017

Spring has sprung!

New Gardens Apprentice Lizzy Mansfield has been busy during her first six weeks with the Fulham Palace garden team, with spring just around the corner and the garden full of activity.

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Spring has sprung!

Tuesday 21 February 2017

Guest Blog – Jamie Atwell, Garden Volunteer

Garden Volunteer Jamie Atwell found out first hand that widening the paths in the Walled Garden is physically demanding and precise work. Hardcore gardening indeed!

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Guest Blog – Jamie Atwell, Garden Volunteer

Friday 10 February 2017

Award-Winning Restoration

Transformation of our Walled Garden began in 2010 and the team behind the initial restoration plans have recently won an award for their design. As we embark on the next phase of restoration, find out what is in store for our historic gardens.

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Award-Winning Restoration
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