Churchill's Chartwell
Ham House, London
Ham House, London
Devonshire
Devonshire
National Trust Curator Mark Purcell with Royal Oak scholars
National Trust Curator Mark Purcell with Royal Oak scholars
Attingham Park, Shropshire
Attingham Park, Shropshire

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Britain is enjoying a holly blue butterfly boom as warm temperatures cause spring wildlife to flourish. National Trust gardeners report one of the best years in decades for the holly blue butterfly, but nature experts confess that the reasons for the butterfly explosion remain a mystery.

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