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Gardens Of Kent
Sissinghurst Castle 
7 July 2007

Planting at Sissinghurst is more formal than Great Dixter and done with a more restrained pallette and more use of avenues with a Lime avenue and a Yew walk.  Sissinghurst is run by the National Trust

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Tower 1 Tower 2
Lime walk Towering Yews
NICANDRA PHYSALOIDES ‘Violacea’ - Shoo fly plant
NICANDRA PHYSALOIDES ‘Violacea’ - Shoo fly plant 
NICANDRA PHYSALOIDES ‘Violacea’ - Shoo fly plant
NICANDRA PHYSALOIDES ‘Violacea’ - Shoo fly plant 
NICANDRA PHYSALOIDES ‘Violacea’ - Shoo fly plant

Clary Sage
Clary Sage
Tower viewed from field

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