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Life long holly obsession of Norfolk farmer

A Norfolk farmer has said a life-long love affair tending more than 100 different varieties of English holly has been "a lot of fun".

The orchard at How Hill, tended by 81-year-old Peter Boardman, was planted by his father in the late 1930s.

Thought to be the largest orchard of its kind in England, it has been supplying Christmas markets, farm shops and nurseries since the 1950s.

BBC Look East's Kim Riley reports.

  • 30 Nov 2013