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In 2013 I was involved in the nationwide search to find 12 amateur gardeners who would collectively become Mr Fothergill’s Nation of Gardeners. It was intended that they would form a UK-wide chain so people would know what was happening in gardens across the country at any given time. As one of their participants I was lucky enough to trial this particular blackberry, which even just as a shrub is worth a place in any mixed border. com pretty flowers and decorative foliage are the kberries give a real lift to dancer-tur nedlarke, says Sue Bradley APPEARING on stage or entertaining cruise liner passengers, life was never dull during Barry Clarke’s time as a professional dancer After starting ballet lessons at the age of three he went on to attend the prestigious Elmhurst School for Dance in Surrey before travelling the world with various companies, performing in productions such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Copèlia So when persistent sciatica forced him to hang up his dancing shoes at the age of 28, Barry desperately needed to find a new career that would excite his creativity The answer was horticulture, a direction inspired by a chance encounter with an orchid growing in a coconut shell in Malaysia Barry now works as a “Blackberries make great garden plants” botanist and records officer at the renowned Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Romsey He is also the proud owner of no fewer than three National Collections of plants, including one that 38 AMATEUR GARDENING 10 JANUARY 2015 often leads to raised eyebrows among gardening aficionados “Rubus isn’t everybody’s cup of tea,” says Barry “I imagine some people see my collection in the Plant Heritage book, think of brambles and turn the page ” Yet to dismiss Rubus so readily means missing out on a vast range of ornamental plants “Here was a group of plants that not many people had collected or knew much about,” he says “Few realise that the common blackberry has hundreds of microspecies in the UK ” Over the years, Barry has made it his mission to change that, and so far he has collected some 230 different blackberries Barry regularly d splays his blackberries at RHS Shows and raspberries, many of them gathered on plant hunting expeditions to China, Taiwan and North America Some make beautiful garden plants on account of their decorative foliage, colourful thorns and particular growing habits, while others produce pretty flowers and colourful fruits, many of which are good enough to eat North American species are the first to fruit, with ones from JENNY SAYS: Lovely in a blackberry & apple pie too.

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