The Duchess of CORNWALL to appear on GARDENER’S WORLD (CONTINUED …)
As for what she would like to do in her own garden, the Duchess spoke of the importance of attracting wildlife.
She says: “I have a small forest garden that I have started and I would love to build it up more, I would love to put shards of onion down and I would also like to have a proper wildflower meadow.
“At the moment I have a little, but the grass has taken over and we have to start planting more seeds this year, because I think, especially now, it is increasingly important to have these wild flowers – if we continue to to attract butterflies and bees – I think that is very important. ”
Despite the fact that Royal has significantly more land and gardens to deal with than most of us, she still faces some of the same issues.
She reveals: “I am very lucky, I have a large kitchen garden, but you get it
the mice, the peoples this year, all ate the asparagus roots and got into the strawberries so you can never win, there is always something. ”
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