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More unusual features include the Edgworthia shrub, which was used in ancient China to make bank notes, 40-year-old bay trees (Laurus Nobilis) and silver birch (Betula Jaquemontia)
Mark Johnston won with his two runners, Love Blues and Thekryaati, making it three on the day for the Middleham trainer following the Lingfield success of Three Bay Trees.
I can hear you thumping - too much heel," he called to his first-timer guest as they neared a grove of bay trees.
You'll climb past lush riparian areas with small groves of wind-pruned bay trees in the swales, and up to the bald, rocky knob for knockout views.
BAY trees are increasingly popular - and not just for cooking.
BAY trees originate from Mediterranean countries, so it's no surprise to find their fresh or dried leaves bundled with thyme, celery and parsley stalks as bouquet garnis to flavour casseroles, stocks, sauces and soups.
Look closely and you'll find dahlias, sweet peas and bay trees adding height and structure to the display.
Until the end of April (excluding bank holidays), guests paying for any two nights at the award-winning Bay Trees Guesthouse can stay a third night free.
Plus evergreens that still have leaves on are at risk and sensitive plants from warmer climates, such as palms and olive or patio bay trees.