|Location||Cedar House, Vine Lane, Hillingdon UB10 0NF|
|OS grid reference||TQ 06947 83012|
|Site class||Notable: Near Tudor Garden|
M Nigra growing near sunken garden in old Tudor mansion (Cedar House). North of the church, it is a gabled brick building of the late 16th century with 18th-century alterations. It stands in a walled garden at the junction of Uxbridge Road and Vine Lane and is entered from the south by an 18th-century wrought-iron gate flanked by rusticated brick piers. Samuel Reynardson, the eminent botanist, lived there from about 1678 until his death in 1721; he is said to have planted the cedar tree after which the house is named.
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