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For thirty-five years, the late Helen Watkins lovingly nurtured her Hillsborough garden of roses and camellias at the site of her historic home, Chatwood.
Humphries describes the gardening skills and activities of Nancy Goodwin, who is \"well-known in the gardening world for her expertise with cyclamen.\" he lives in Montrose, an historic home in Hillsborough. It was once the home of William Alexander Graham, who governed the state, 1845-1849. The estate comprises sixty-one acres, and Humphries describes the landscape Goodwin has created.