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Seasonal visits to two very different gardens

Instead of a monthly visit to the same garden for a whole 12 months I decided to look at two gardens, one small and one large. We have already visited the large one, Bodnant Gardens in North Wales already. So … Continue reading

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A Week in Cornwall – Part 4 – Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan is one of the top garden attractions in the country as figures have shown. The gardens were discovered and unearthed by Tim Smitt when he explored the gardens which had been derelict since the end … Continue reading

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3 sheds into 2 will go!

Changes in circumstances can result in changes happening in the garden too! When I had to give up angling because of health issues we found ourselves with a storage shed we no longer required, the one that had stored my … Continue reading

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