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Forgotten Gardeners - Ellen Willmott 30 March 2007
Ellen Willmott was born in 1858 - a contemporary of Gertrude Jekyll. She's had over 60 plants named after her or her home Warley Place, near Brentwood in Essex. Her house is now just a ruin but there are still elements of her garden to be admired. Merilyn Harris visited Warley Place to find out more about her from garden historian Twigs Way.

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