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World-class gardening photos get Chartwell showcase

PUBLISHED: 09:00 01 January 2014 | UPDATED: 09:15 02 January 2014

Carol Woodhouse, the granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill's gardener (left) speaks to Zoe  Roberts, from the National Trust (Picture: Keith Larby)

Carol Woodhouse, the granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill's gardener (left) speaks to Zoe Roberts, from the National Trust (Picture: Keith Larby)

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The granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill's gardener was one of the first to see a photography exhibition at the former prime minister's family home.

Carol Woodhouse was at the opening of the International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition at Chartwell, the much-loved Churchill family home in Westerham, which is now a property run by the National Trust.

Photos by 2013 winners will be on display until February 14, including overall winner Dennis Frates’ image of a sunrise with Penstemon plants.

It is the world’s premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography. Visit igpoty.com for more information.

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