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Aloe speciosa

Aloe speciosa is indigenous to the thicket vegetation of the southern Cape Provinces of South Africa but we are lucky to have one in the Glass House here at the Dorothy Clive Garden. It was [...]

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Brightly coloured plants for sale at the Dorothy Clive Garden

We currently have a large and varied selection of brightly coloured plants available for sale at the Dorothy Clive Garden. Visitors can purchase beautiful hybrid rhododendrons, and dahlias such [...]

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Planting out the top border

Visitors may have noticed that we left the top border fallow for several months, this is because we had to deal with a bindweed issue. Bindweed is a problem as it twines around other plant stems, [...]

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Trillium chloropetalum var. giganteum

The Trillium chloropetalum var. giganteum, or giant wake-robin as it is also known, has recently been planted out in our camellia walk. Trillium are rhizomatous, herbaceous perennials, with [...]