Gardens Illustrated Magazine


Freedom of the city

n a city of privately enclosed gardens, it is good to know that a friendly way with college porters will get you into at least one green quadrangle (just remember not to walk on the grass). Colleges are open to visitors on different days: on arrival, get your bearings by enquiring at

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