National Trust reinstates cedars to honour Capability Brown

To launch a year of celebrations to mark 300 years since Lancelot "Capability" Brown's birth, the National Trust is planting hundreds of trees back into several of the landscapes he designed.

by Elizabeth Henry
L-R Katherine Alker, Helen Gosh & Croome general manager Michael Forster-Smith. Image: National Trust/James Dobson
L-R Katherine Alker, Helen Gosh & Croome general manager Michael Forster-Smith. Image: National Trust/James Dobson

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