Glendurgan is another Cornish garden run by the National Trust and famous for its spring planting of magnolias, camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons.
Paths lead down to the beach where you can sit and watch life on the Helford river whilst eating an ice-cream
before returning through the tree ferns and other exotic shrubs and tree species. Again, in my mind, this is a garden to be savoured in spring time when the meadows are filled with Lent lilies, primroses and bluebells.
View original post | April 2015