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The Glory of the garden

Visits Exbury Gardens, one of the world's most spectacular arrays of plant life, created by Lionel Nathan de Rothschild of the banking family. For his famous garden, de Rothschild bred more than 1,200 new hybrids of rhododendron and built a private railway to transport stone.

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  • "Visits Exbury Gardens, one of the world's most spectacular arrays of plant life, created by Lionel Nathan de Rothschild of the banking family. For his famous garden, de Rothschild bred more than 1,200 new hybrids of rhododendron and built a private railway to transport stone."@en
  • "Describes the Exbury Gardens in England which were developed by Lionel de Rothschild. Gives the history of the Gardens while showing many of the 250 acres of rhododendrons and azaleas. It took 150 men 10 years to transform the 250 acres into one of the finest woodland gardens in the world today."
  • "Celebrates the achievements of Lionel Nathan de Rothschild, member of the illustrious banking family, who created a spectacular garden which is especially well-known for its many hybrid varieties of rhododendron and azalea."
  • "Visits the spectacular 250 acre Exbury Garden. Created by the banker Lionel de Rothschild, its special feature is its rhododendron collection."

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  • "The Glory of the garden"@en
  • "The glory of the garden the story of Exbury Gardens /"
  • "Story of Exbury Gardens"
  • "The glory of the garden"@en
  • "The glory of the garden"