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May at Batsford

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Batsford Arboretum
Moreton In Marsh
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Itís Davidia time at Batsford when our famous tree blooms its little heart out! See for yourself the thousands of white handkerchief-life bracts that give it its common name the Pocket Handkerchief Tree! Not to be outdone by the Davidia though youíll also find glades of brightly coloured bluebells and muscari as well as drifts of wild garlic wafting on the spring breeze!

Individual RHS member? Did you know you get free entry to our beautiful arboretum throughout May as part of your membership? What a treat!

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