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Planting bulbs at the manor

The array included tulips, daffodils, narcissi, crocuses and an heirloom species of Fritillaria meleagris, that dates back to 1575, she said. ‘The vision is to start to bring visual and fragrant beauty back to the garden, starting this upcoming spring,’ said Ms. McCarthy. ‘There will be an extended path that will lead through the garden, allowing visitors to enjoy the newly planted bulbs.’