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Clematis Weekend

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Sudeley Castle
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
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Celebrating the Clematis in Sudeley’s Glorious Gardens Saturday 21st July: 2.30pm - Guided talk with Sudeley’s Consultant Garden Designer, Charles Chesshire. Sunday 22nd July - Talks and Demonstrations with Margaret Morris, Chair of The British Clematis Society 11.00am: Pruning & Propagation 2.30pm: Guided Talk and Tour of the Gardens

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