When George Harrison first went to his local nursery, he bought almost every tree they had

When George Harrison first went to his local nursery, he bought almost every tree they had in stock. George visited the store many times. He was an avid gardener with acres of land to tend to meticulously. However, all of his hard work wasn’t just for his viewing pleasure.

George Harrison at the Chelsea Flower Show 1984.
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George Harrison bought Friar Park, a 35-acre estate, in 1970

At his first home, Kinfauns, George didn’t exactly have a green thumb. That all changed, however, when in 1970 he bought Friar Park, a derelict Victorian Gothic Revival mansion in Henley-on-Thames, England.

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