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Henry Vane Fletcher (also known as Henry Fletcher)

Henry Vane Fletcher was a designer active in the early-18th century.

In 1730s, Fletcher built a high brick wall along two sides of and enclosed Dutch Garden at Hutton-in-the-Forest to train fruit trees, this created a Walled garden. He was an avid tree planter, and planted over 50,000 trees. He created the Walled Garden, the Middle Pond, and in 1745 the Cupid Room. He never married and was succeeded by his younger brother Walter, who had been a successful merchant in London and Rotterdam.

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