GardenDrumTom Coward at Graveteye Manor

Gravetye Manor The Galloping Gardener

The Galloping Gardener, aka Charlotte Weychan, has visited the famous garden at England’s Gravetye Manor in Sussex to find out what Tom Coward has done since he became head gardener in 2010. The answer is quite a lot.

William Robinson, author of ‘The English Flower Garden‘, developed Gravetye Manor as a ‘wild’ garden during the late 19th century. The property has since become an exclusive hotel, although you can visit for afternoon tea as well.

Click here to see Charlotte’s interview and glorious photos.


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