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July 13th, 2016

REEP Scholars work at Ham House Gardens

My, how the scholarship has flown by - our REEP McLaren Scholars are almost at the end of their scholarship journey! On Monday and Tuesday Inés, Nezha and Rhiannon worked in the gardens at Ham House in Richmond-upon-Thames. As well as studying the typical features of a 17th century English formal garden, they learnt about the use of sacred geometry in historic garden design and about the cultivation of Citrus trees in England's cool climate.
Inés shelters from the rain in the famous Cherry Garden. To see more photos from the scholars' two days working at Ham House Gardens please click on the image above.

Inés shelters from the rain in the famous Cherry Garden. To see more photos from the scholars' two days working at Ham House Gardens please click on the image above.

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