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Royal Horticultural Society unveils plans for 154-acre garden in Salford
by Frances Perraudin
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11 April 2018
On 11 April 2018 The Guardian reported:
The Royal Horticultural Society has unveiled plans for its first new garden in 17 years -- a 62-hectare (154-acre) site in the heart of Salford, Greater Manchester. RHS Garden Bridgewater, which is being developed in the derelict gardens of the demolished stately home Worsley New Hall, has been described as the biggest gardening project in Europe. The RHS hopes it will attract 1 million visitors a year once completed.
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Local volunteers and RHS staff have already started cultivating the muddy site, working around the estate's surviving outbuildings and walls. When it opens in 2020 it will be the society's fifth garden, alongside Harlow Carr in North Yorkshire, Hyde Hall in Essex, Rosemoor in Devon, and Wisley in Surrey.
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