Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, the Eden Project in England is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football fields. More than just a huge, tropical garden, Eden is a gateway into the relationships between plants and people. Not only a mind-blowing visitor attraction, Eden is also fast-becoming a unique resource for education and knowledge towards a sustainable future. The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the town of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell.
A beautiful, Victorian country manor nestled in woodland gardens with a sea views, just a few miles from the busy port of Falmouth in Cornwall, England
Memorial Garden is the main visitor entrance to Christ Church and the Meadow, in Oxford, England.
The south garden known as the Rose Garden was designed as an iris garden and now has changing seasonal bedding, replanted twice a year. The north east garden is roughly trapezoidal, and bounded by walls on all sides. It is known as the ‘Circle Garden’, the name derived from a former round bed. It now has a lawn surrounded with mature shrubs including Wisteria, Magnolia, Photinia, Viburnum, Abelia and some lower herbaceous planting.
Most probably a moat to protect Windsor Castle in olden times is now converted into a garden
Colorful blossoms in the garden with the advent of Spring ……
A bench to view the garden wall and reflect at the Meditation Garden at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Charlotte.
A bench to rest at the gardens of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Charlotte