The Orchard at Sissinghurst Castle Garden - National Trust cards
This blank card from the National Trust features a photograph of the Orchard at Sissinghurst Castle. Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson always intended the Orchard to be half-garden, half-wilderness. Roses were planted alongside long grasses and winding paths with the resident bees making use of the blossom from the apple trees.
The National Trust has been dedicated to protecting our countryside and heritage since 1895 and this product has been carefully created by Woodmansterne to meet the National Trust's ethical and environmental standards. By buying this product you are helping to support the National Trust in looking after and conserving special places for ever, for everyone.
|Greeting inside:||Blank inside for your own message.|
|Size (height x width)||16.7cm x 17.3cm|
|Large letter stamp required?:||No|
Printed in the UK on board from responsible sources.
Image licenced by The National Trust (Enterprises) Limited.