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Donations for 17th Century Disability Garden

We would like to thank King Seeds/Suffolk Herbs for their kind donation of a variety of herbs for our 17th Century Garden, Cedars Park, Hertfordshire.

kingsseedsClick here to read about our future plans for the garden.

Vision 4 growth was delighted to receive a kind donation of a variety of herbs to be used for their 17th century Disability Garden.

“This project reflects the parks rich heritage and the needs of disabled people to access facilities.” Fiona Musgrove, Director of Operations and Fundraising

These herbs represent some of original plants grown in Theobalds Palace as noted by the past gardeners and botantists.  For more information see our Background page.

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