Cornwall’s magic garden: from wild to wonderful | Lia Leendertz

Cornwall’s magic garden: from wild to wonderful | Lia Leendertz

With a climate quite unlike the rest of Britain, the untamed hillside has been transformed into a garden that makes the most of its surroundings

From hedgerows full of campion and bluebells, to lush, fat aeoniums and swaying palm trees, Cornwall’s plants and flowers revel in a mild maritime climate that keeps frosts at bay and makes it one of the sunniest parts of the UK.

The county is known for its formal gardens that surround grand old houses and show off the classic Cornish combination of rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias mixed with sub-tropical planting and walled kitchen gardens.

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