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Elizabeth Macgregor
When Elizabeth MacGregor tells people that she breeds v iolas, their most common reaction is “Oh, pansies?” Although she doesn’t like to talk ill of other people’s breeding efforts, at this she admits that she struggles to contain herself. “In fact I
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Cultivation
Most erythroniums are straightforward to grow if planted in dappled shade and light but humus-rich soil. Some of the smaller species, such as E. dens-canis, which only grows to about 10cm, can be swamped by surrounding plants so be careful where you
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First Love
Flanking the path from the house to the orchard in Jo Hynes’ Devon garden stand two rows of willows, each sliced neatly into a flat plate at head height, from which the new orange growth flares upward, resembling a line of blazing torches lighting th