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Mr Stephenson Robert Clarke, Colonel - Summary

Date of Birth: 1862

Date of Death: 1948

Gender: male

Nationality: English

Occupation: Plant hunter/naturalist


Colonel Stephenson Robert Clarke was a plant hunter and naturalist. He created the gardens at Borde Hill, Sussex, England in the late-19th century. Clarke was an expert cultivator of trees, shrubs, greenhouse plants and bulbs.

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