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Stumpery at Burnby Hall Gardens

Stumpery at Burnby Hall Gardens

  • by Ian Murphy
 

One of the most popular features here at Burnby Hall Gardens is the stumpery. It’s a relatively recent addition to the Gardens and was inspired by Prince Charles’ stumpery on his estate at Highgrove.

So, what exactly is a stumpery? Well, it is a garden feature that is constructed using mainly the upturned roots of large trees. The roots are arranged artistically to create a feature that is architecturally pleasing to the eye and, once the stumps are in place, plants are used to break up the strong lines and soften the angles.

Read Ian’s full story in this Thursday’s Pocklington Post (17 April).

 

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