The English Garden

A Cut Above

In the walled garden at Wormsley, the Getty family estate in Buckinghamshire, head gardener Charlotte Tremlin has her hands full growing brilliant beds of flowers for cutting. These she makes available for indoor arrangements and for large events – not least the hospitality tables at cricket matches and the Garsington Opera season, both of which are held here. “All our flowers need to be versatile and have a good vase life,” she

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