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In a five-storey greenhouse that demands comparison (if with a bit of imagination) with Paxton’s Great Palace of 1851, I explored a Victorian garden, admiring not only the flowers and traditional wrought-iron furnishings, but also sculptures by Rodin and Degas,which were beautifully set against ferns, aroids and orchids. Outside, surrounded by wildflowers and...
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Media credit: Courtesy Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park