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Charlotte Verity: In Their Garden

This exhibition of watercolours by Charlotte Verity, depicts Bottengoms, the house and garden in Suffolk of the writer Ronald Blythe. She was commissioned by the Garden Museum to record the garden which was begun by the artist and plantsman John Nash and bequeathed to his friend Blythe. A diary of the weeks she spent working in their garden forms the 35th Garden Museum Journal, which is available to purchase in the Museum’s shop. It coincides with the exhibition Cedric Morris: Artist Plantsman. Morris was a close friend of Nash and Blythe, and many of his plants from Benton End live on at Bottengoms.