Glendurgan Garden, near Falmouth, Cornwall, England, was laid out by Alfred Fox in the 1820s and 1830s. It was intended as a garden that would feed the family as well as provide a space in which Alfred and Sarah's twelve children could grow and play.
The garden's three valleys invite exploration and support a fabulous array of subtropical species. Glendurgan even has its own Jungle! If you don't lose yourself in there, the garden's famed Maze will keep you entertained a while, and when you want to take a break from all that exploring, you can even hit the beach!
This guidebook shows you as many of Glendurgan's highlights as can be crammed into 32 pages but, rest assured, there's much more. As well as detailed information about the plantings, you can read about the people who were inspired by this setting to create what you see today.
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