Miniature Mountains

From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn - the Times gardening writer Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, looking at the influence of the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes and the diminutive Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery.

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20140609 (BBC7)From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.
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From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.
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From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.
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From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.
20140609 (BBC7)
20170330 (BBC7)
Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From May 2003.
20140609 (BBC7)4 Extra Debut. Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From April 2004.
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From "currant buns" to models of the Matterhorn?

Gardening writer Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening - looking at the influence of the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes and the diminutive Yorkshireman who described his alpines as "sulky" but who changed our view of the rockery.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2004.

Horticulturist Stephen Anderton explores rock gardening fashions.

From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From May 2003.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From April 2004.

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From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens."

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From May 2003."

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From April 2004."

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From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From May 2003.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From April 2004.

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20140609 (BBC7)
20140610 (BBC7)
20170330 (BBC7)
20170331 (BBC7)
From 'currant buns' to models of the Matterhorn, Stephen Anderton explores rock gardens.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From May 2003.

Times gardening correspondent Stephen Anderton explores the changing fashions in rock gardening, from the Northamptonshire landowner who wanted a landscape for his gnomes to the Yorkshireman who described his alpines as 'sulky' but who changed our view of the rockery. From April 2004.