The primary attraction of the dry garden is that it is never artificially watered. Plantings include rosemary, bearded irises, sea hollies and ivies.
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University of Cambridge
A dry garden created and planted in 1997, in collaboration with the Cambridge Water Company, to investigate and provide education on the reduction of water in a typical Cambridge garden.
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Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust