The maintenance team at the Lost Gardens of Heligan chose the traditional appearance of Hodgson Multi-Purpose Putty for the restoration of the Peach House, a Victorian glass structure housing a precious collection of fruit trees at the centre of the Cornish venue.

This hand-applied putty is made for bedding and external fronting of single glass into primed softwood and hardwood frames, especially on traditional and heritage projects such as the Peach House. It also offers ample working time for projects such as this.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, spanning 200 acres in St Austell, Cornwall, were once lost to time and neglect until they were rediscovered and restored in the 1990s.

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