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BACK TO THE FUTURE

Historic gardens can hold important lessons for today’s gardeners pondering how to adapt to increasingly unpredictable weather conditions in their own allotments and veg patches, says the National Trust

“Gardeners often need to look back to look forward. Although climate change wasn’t in the vocabulary of gardeners in the past, some of the older gardening techniques are still relevant and can help us combat modern problems and prepare for extremes.” So says IanWright, Acting Head of Gardens for the National Trust.

To help with this, the trust has identiied some of the traditional techniques and approaches that can be used to tackle modern challenges.

©National Trust Images_Chris Lacey

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