Dorothy Clive Gardens (North Staffordshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... are quite sloping, we worried about finding a decent car park space. These worries proved to be unfounded as the car park extends almost to the middle section of the gardens and I was able to drive there and deposit her at a good start point. Indeed the top section is a disabled car park for blue badge holders. There are two sets of disabled toilets, too; one at the lower car park and one at ... more
Customer Dorothy Clive Gardens (North Staffordshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/07/04, updated on 22/03/06 (Very useful, 326 readings)
Without any shadow of a doubt, I am not a gardener. I do try to take a healthy interest though, and I've picked up a little bit of stuff over the years and I know when to nod sagely when green stuff is discussed. Oh, and I know a bit about composting. But as far as knowing what plants, apart from rhododendrons, benefit from being in ericaceous soil and how to take a softwood cutting, I'm a non-starter. I leave that department to my beloved, who really does know her alliums. But then again, she wouldn't have a clue how to bowl an off-break, so there's a trend towards equilibrium there. We do though, share an appreciation of the visual side of gardening; one ... Read the complete review
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