Exotic Garden 1956

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    Streatham, London.

    A visit to an exotic garden, which has over 20,000 plants from 800 different species.

    L/S back of suburban house with greenhouse. M/S Ernest Hepworth enters greenhouse and tends to plants. C/U of tiny green European Tree frog hopping about . C/U Hepworth's hands tending to cacti. M/S Hepworth watering flowers. C/U shots of plants, cacti, succulents and flowers, including the red Epiphyllum, and Lithops, called 'living stones'. C/U mimosa pudica as a hand touches it, and it folds up. M/S sundial with an old boot near it, which have hardy succulents growing over them.

    Note : The documentation file includes a leaflet and a news cutting.

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    Cataloguer:
    Margaret
    Stock:
    Colour
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    1200
    Sort Number:
    CP 086
    Time in/Out:
    01:12:17:00 / 01:14:00:00
    Canister:
    CP 086
    Film ID:
    53.07
    Issue Date:
    20/08/1956
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