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Water Gardens in Cornwall

Britain's Finest Water gardens typically combine a pool with aquatic plants and often ornamental fish to add visual interest and integration with the local landscape and environment. Set out below are Water Gardens in the UK including Pinetum Gardens.
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A creation of ten spectacular gardens from around the world, home to Cornwall's largest private plant collections. Pinetum Gardens are as much a delight for gardeners as a wonderful retreat for walkers, and a place for families to explore and have fun with nature. CATA quality assured garden attraction. Trip Advisor certificated excellence.
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Trebah Garden is a 25 acre sub-tropical ravine garden, falling 200 feet from the 18th century house to a private beach on the Helford River. A stream cascades over waterfalls through ponds full of Koi Carp, and exotic water plants wind through 2-acres of blue and white hydrangeas that spill out over the beach. Huge Australian tree ferns and palms mingle with shrubs of ever changing colours and scent beneath over-arching canopy of 100-year-old rhododendrons and magnolias. A giant plantation of...
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Explore the Exotic, peaceful tranquillity of Glendurgan Garden Glendurgan is a valley garden of great beauty created in the 1820s and developed over many years by the Fox family. Running down to the tiny village of Durgan and its beach with fine views of the Helford River, it is predominantly a spring-time sub-tropical garden and has many fine trees and rare and exotic plants, with outstanding spring displays of magnolias and camellias. In their season glorious displays of wild flow...
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The Cotehele Estate consists of Cotehele House (a Tudor Manor house with formal gardens), Cotehele Mill (with a working water wheel), Cotehele Quay (where Shamrock, a Tamar sailing barge built in 1899, is moored) and 1,300 acres of woodland and fields.
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