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Rhododendrons: some flowered here for the first time in Britain
The leaves of some camellias are used in Chinese medicine to cure asthma
Dhalias were originally grown by the Aztecs for food
We've over 20 varieties of bamboo, the fastest growing plant on earth
Wollemi pine is one of the world's oldest and rarest plants
Fuchsia ’Lady Thumb’ - said by some to resemble ballerinas
Giant tree ferns create a ’Jurassic’ feel
We've over 50 varieties of magnolias in the garden
Some are chosen because they're loved by bees
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