Walking through this garden is truly a reminder that seeing a plant, touching and smelling are still the best ways to learn about a plants.
A garden that is more like walking through rooms of an art gallery with works from an abstract artist. The hedges behaving like picture frames all around to bring it together.
How can one go to Wales and not see (or stay) in a castle?
Welcome to the Lost Gardens of Heligan. It is another garden in restoration that makes you wonder how could an estate of that magnitude disappear into rubble? Money, time, loss of family traditions, a world war-in this case it was all of the above.
From pit to paradise. Plants from all over the world have a home in Cornwall.
A visit on the summer solstice to a garden lost in time. Aberglasney House and Gardens in Wales.
This first travelogue post is photos of those heavenly fragrant English roses all over Wales and England. It does seem unfair to give you a look, but not a smell of how a rose in Britain on a warm day in June fills the air with perfume.