The gardens at the royal retreat date back to the 1790s when Queen Charlotte commissioned the planting of 4,000 shrubs and trees. It has since been added to by successive monarchs. The beneficiaries are the National Gardens Scheme, Thrive and Family Friends in Windsor and Maidenhead.
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Resident Head Gardener
The Abbotswood Estate Gloucestershire
English Heritage Morpeth, Northumberland
The National Trust for Scotland Pitmedden, Ellon
The National Trust for Scotland Newhailes
Head Gardener and Groundsperson
The National Trust for Scotland Culzean, Maybole