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LostGardensofHeligan 13h
The Sundial Garden is in full bloom and don't the bees know it. This queen Buff-Tailed Bumble Bee was very content as she moved, flower to flower, across our bed of Napeta.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 17
Only three days until we open the gates for our first Natural Wellbeing Week. There are workshops for all abilities, from sketch walks with Melanie to kids yoga with Hettie. Why not take a look.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 16
Replying to @simplicitymvl
For our younger visitors :)
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 16
Happy Father's Day! We look forward to seeing you later for a walk around the Estate and Gardens followed by a pizza, burger and maybe even a cold beer.
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Mike Perry Jun 13
Fields of wild flowers on the hillside at the Lost Gardens of Heligan - can just see the sea in the far distance.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 15
Have you explored our new adventure play space on East Lawn? Climb, balance, slide and crawl this Father's Day weekend.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 14
The Productive Garden team have been busy moving leeks from our cold frames, where they've been hardening off, to the Kitchen Garden. This is part of a process that started all the way back in January. Fresh leeks will travel 157 yards to the Heligan Kitchen in a few months time.
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Anne Chapman Jun 10
Surgery is saved! Thank you to everyone who helped spread the message. and anyone else who I have missed.
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Sanctuary Cornwall Jun 12
More of fantastic wildflower meadow.....even under the dark sky it glowed and swayed in the wind....
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 14
Replying to @BobMehen
The elephant fern as some of us call it. We love it too.
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Bob Mehen Jun 12
Flowers in the jungle ; Zantedeschia, Rodgersia & Leptospermum.
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The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate Jun 13
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 12
For Fathers Day, this Sunday, we will be firing up the BBQ and heating up pizza ovens as we put on a special menu to celebrate the day. Treat your dad to a beer and a burger followed by walk around our iconic Gardens and Estate.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 11
It's great to see Reggie and Courage getting on so well. Join us for the Heavy Horse Weekend (29th & 30th June) where we will be showcasing all the roles horses played here in the gardens and greater estate.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 10
Heligan's Natural Wellbeing week is right around the corner! Thank you so far to everyone who's shown interest, with some workshops already almost selling out. The week will host a diverse mix of workshops designed to relax, uplift and restore.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 9
Pencalenick Green House is looking vibrant and lush, it's so easy to miss this hidden gem. Dedicated to rare and wonderful geranium species each with different colour and form.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 8
Similar in appearance to a purple sweet pea our brompton stock flowers are something you must see!
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 7
Even during a downpour intrepid visitors dare to cross the Burma Rope Bridge.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 5
The swallows are here and they are busy building their nests. If you venture into the Melon Yard keep an eye out for swooping swallows as they tend to their new homes.
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LostGardensofHeligan Jun 4
Weaving and bending through the wildflower meadow is a small path that opens to a clearing overlooking Mevagissey. It is only once you are submerged within the meadow that you truly appreciate its importance to our pollinators, it is quite literally humming with life.
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