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Stephen Lea (GrowHort)
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Head Gardener, Estate Manager & Plantsman
Head Gardener, Estate Manager & Plantsman

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I still recall my first glimpse of a bleeding heart, the delicate fragile unfurling of fresh, almost juicy stems enthralled me as a teenager. I remember watching with delight as the Dicentra grew as day by day into a magnificant arching stem of rich…
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These are adorable really like them and want to build a Christmas Snowmen Family with my niece
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A late night conversation with Mother can lead to some enlightening discussions and a few home truth’s that are often best forgotten by morning! Fortunately I’m getting good at retaining information since I rarely drink and try to stay fit. However I was…
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Driven by a passion for Gardening on a practical level usually means as the season change and we head towards Fall. I often find myself with some free time to spend on my blog. I struggle to find my voice and often end up with several articles in draft…
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Wordless Wednesday – Fall for Autumn  Grow with me on Stephen Pryce-Lea Head Gardener and International Horticultural Consulatant     “It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion grow together, when you find it in a Garden it’s like finding…
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A week in Philadelphia spent adjusting to my new city scape surroundings and reconnecting with old friends, whilst enjoying the arrival of rustic shades of fall. Even though it’s been over seven years since my last USA trip re-visiting friends and a newly…
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Succulents enjoying a popularity reminiscent of the mid 80s and hardly surprisingly with a range of diverse colours foliage and contrasts that the sun loving succulent offers. This collection of Agave, Aeonium, bulbs and alpines makes a lovely seaside…
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I feel incredibly fortunate to call myself a gardener and will continue to do so with pride!
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