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Submitted by • November 16, 2015 propertytimes.org

Once home I requested photos from the Princes public relations people, telling them that be using the images for an article in the Toronto Botanical Gardens newsletter. The response was The Prince will want to know about this well let you know. So, after several weeks I received these photos to share with you. I guess the Prince approved. And here they are with my comments. The plants in the terrace garden were entirely by Prince Charles, the design was a combined effort of the Prince and Lady Salisbury. Where the open oak pavilion stands, a 200 year old cedar once lived. Sadly, it died and was removed in 2007 and replaced with the pavilion. Inspired by a Turkish carpet at High grove House, the Prince translated its geometric shapes and colours into a living garden. But first, the design was exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2001 where the garden won a silver medal. After Chelsea the garden was transferred to High grove and rebuilt. Once home I requested photos from the Princes p

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