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Packed house for Georgian conservation talk

Garden Manager Paul Bartlett’s illustrated talk about conserving the rare Mingrelian birch was a sell-out success. The talk, which took place at Endecott House in…

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Vodka & vanishing trees – illustrated talk 20th November – 7pm

Friday 20th November 2015 – 7pm Endecott House, Chagford. There’s bears in them there woods! And Georgians with guns,  shepherds with big hearts,  and every…

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Family Fun event – Build your own Birch bark canoe

Sunday 9th August – 2-4pm at the garden       Discover the weird and wonderful and practical uses of birch by different cultures through…

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Stone Lane Gardens involved in rare birch conservation project

After securing funding from the National Geographic Society and Rufford Foundation, Paul Bartlett (Garden Manager at Stone Lane Gardens) has partnered with conservation charity Botanic…

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White Himalayan birch back in stock

We have just taken delivery of some lovely micro-propagated Betula utilis ssp jacquemontii (the white Himalayan birch). These trees are English-grown and we have them…

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Birch Visions

May 4th – June 15th 2014: Birch Visions. An exhibition of paintings and drawings by June Ashburner and Duncan Rice at Stone Lane Gardens. This…

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Bailey’s Blog – A Devon Dog

The garden has entered the age of modern social communication. We now have a BLOG ! We are very grateful to Paul’s dog Bailey for…

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BBC comes to Stone Lane Gardens

Stone Lane Gardens to feature in new BBC2 Series In September we had a visit from a film team working on a new tv series…

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Perfect for Christmas – our 2014 Wall calendar

Brighten up a wall with our lovely 2014 Wall Calendar. Ideal as a present or to treat yourself. Each month has a large colour photo…

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Rare birch discovered in Georgia

On the 17th September, our Garden Manager Paul Bartlett headed off to the country of Georgia, deep in the Caucasus region. This was a follow-up…

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