The gardens of Britain's National Trust are unmatched anywhere in the world for sheer number, diversity, and quality. Taken together, they form the world's most important collection of cultivated plants, distinguished for their beauty, rarity, historic interest, and scientific value, ever assembled under single ownership.
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About the Author
Stephen Lacey is a longstanding columnist and feature writer for the Telegraph and for 10 years was a regular presenter on BBC Television's Gardeners' World.