The a-maze-ing gardens at Glendurgan

The a-maze-ing gardens at Glendurgan I was hoping to share an update on the tree work taking place in my garden today, however as it's still underway I've decided to leave that until next week. So instead there's pictures from our visit to Glendurgan Gardens in Cornwall, another from our trip in September. The gardens were started by the Fox family in the 1820s as they wanted a "small piece of heaven on earth". Two of the Fox brothers lived close by - so as our guide explained, they really did like the area - and one founded Trebah Gardens just up the road. I'll share my pictures from there another time.

Glendurgan is a wild and wonderful valley garden and the climate and geography are key to it's success. Wooded slopes provide shelter and being in one of the mildest climates in the UK also helps. Like other Cornish valley gardens there's many sub-tropical plants and one or two other fascinating additions - remember this Boat Seat I shared a while back?

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