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In September many of the fancy flowers are finished, but there are still lots of flowers to see. The terrain is gorgeous and the variety enormous, from the bamboo forest to the lake and variety of aquatic plants, including carnivorous sundews and pitcher plants. And...More
This is a lovely garden sectioned off into different themes. It does have a lot of hydrangeas and rhododendrons as well as a large lake. If you like photography, there are plenty of opportunities for creative pictures. There is also a small genstone museum on...More
Well worth a visit! We enjoyed the garden particularly the aquatic garden! One of the best ponds we have visited! Lovely setting to eat a peaceful lunch. Purchased some plants from nursery! Hoping they will flourish in Cornwall. We would visit again!
The gardens are probably best in spring when the large collection of camellias and rhododendrons are in flower or later in autumn for the colour of the maples but in mid September there was not a lot to see. Pleasant place to walk round and...More
We visited here whilst on holiday. Our party consisted of a grandma who loves gardening, parents who run a garden design and maintenance business and three children of 11, 7 and 2. The gardens have much to interest the plant lovers in our party, the...More
We spend much of our time in the U.K. visiting gardens, not so much in France. On a hot, humid July day, on an excursion to Pont Abbe and Benodet, we happened upon this one and were glad we did. The gardens are extensive, varied...More
We visited quite late in the day around 5.30pm - it's a great idea that the gardens stay open until 7pm when the days are hot but in hindsight I would have liked a bit more time to walk around the park and then visit...More
These gardens show plants from many different regions of the world in a tranquil and delightful setting.
There is also a wonderful aquatic garden, complete with entertaining frogs jumping amongst the lily pads whilst sharing their loud choral singing, which covers a large area showing...More
Well sign posted, just off the main road. Looks like a garden centre - but they do sell plants as well. In May, the rhododendrons were in full bloom - and there's loads of them. They have a small lake which is full of frogs,...More