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Ken Cox on rhododendrons, a family business and plant hunting

In the last of the gardenmasterclass.org lockdown series, Annie and Noel talk to Ken Cox The Cox family of Glendoick Gardens in Perthshire, Scotland have been nurserymen for three generations, specialising in rhododendrons. Ken talks about the family, plant hunting, the nursery’s breeding programme, and about his recent book, on Woodland Gardening, arguably one of Britain’s most distinctive garden genres. www.glendoick.com
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