Lanhydrock in Cornwall is famous for its large collection of magnolias – a shrub with a well-deserved reputation as a garden aristocrat. They have over 120 varieties growing in the gardens.
It is a house and garden that I have visited often over the years, but spring must be the best time to see the glorious magnolias in bloom. I am hoping that the recent snow and freezing temperatures hasn’t had too bad an effect on the blossoms this year, but only one way to find out and that is to have another visit.
Meanwhile why don’t you pop over to the garden when it was looking its springtime best.
View original post: April 2015